The Arzona rock band Voodoo Swing, whose leaders lived in Salt Lake City for years where they founded the band, are coming home for a gig in Salt Lake City at the Garage on Beck (1199 Beck St, Salt Lake City ) on Sept. 6, with showtime at 8 p.m.
They will present their latest album "Keep On Rollin’," and perform songs from their up-coming record to be released in January.
Voodoo Swing is Shorty Kreutz on lead guitar and vocals; Leeroy Nelson on drums; and Tommy Collins on his 'doghouse' double-bass.
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