New York, NY (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
MusicDish*China announced that Toulon-based blues rock band Voodoo will be making a comeback tour to China this fall, after their successful debut tour last April. The fall tour will kick off at Tiajin's 13 Club on October 3rd and sees them play 17 additional shows across China. Highlights from the tour include shows at Beijing's renowned Yu Gong Yi Shan and Temple Bar as well as Shanghai's Mao Live House 4th Anniversary Party. Additional cities thus far include Yingchuan, Xining, Lanzhou, Chengdu, Xian, Zhengzhou Suzhou, Nanjing, Jiaxing, Guiyang and Kunming - more cities and dates will be announced shortly.
VOODOO CHINA FALL TOUR
Thurs, 10/3 Tian Jing - 13 Club
Sat, 10/5 Beijing - Yu Gong Yi Shan
Sun, 10/6 Beijing - Temple
Thurs, 10/10 Yingchuan - Tong Guan Live House
Fri, 10/11 Xining - 南墙
Sat, 10/12 Lanzhou - Kui Live House
Sun, 10/13 Chengdu - Chengdu Little Bar
Wed, 10/16 Xian - Guang Quan Club
Thurs, 10/17 Zhengzhou - 7 Live House
Fri, 10/18 Beijing - Jiang Hu Bar
Sat, 10/19 Beijing - 69 Cafe
Sun, 10/20 Shanghai - Yu Yin Tang
Wed, 10/23 Suzhou - Wave Live House
Thurs, 10/24 Nanjing - Castle
Fri, 10/25 Jiaxing - Oldwood Village
Sat, 10/26 Shanghai - Mao Live House (4th year anniversary party)
Sun, 10/27 Chongqing - Nuts
Tue, 10/29 Guiyang - 葫芦Club
Thurs, 10/30 Kunming - 骆驼酒吧
Voodoo's inaugural spring tour, also booked by MusicDish*China, included 13 shows in 10 cities, including showcasing the Sound of the Xity festival in Beijing and performing the Sennheiser Stage at the Formula One Shanghai Grand Prix. The band was also filmed for youth-centric video portal Niurenku's "Hutong Jams" series which has garnered over 50,000 views on China's equivalent to YouTube, Youku.com.
Check out Voodoo video "Glory and Gold" on Youku featuring footage from the band's Spring 2013 Tour:
"Glory and Gold" on Youku - http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNTc4NjM3NzQ0.html
"Glory and Gold" on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ramfpTg22ho
Voodoo is a blues rock band under the label, Angel Sweet Records. Channeling blues, electronic, and classic rock, the band carries a wealth of influences that they somehow meld into their own unique sound. The four members hail from very different musical backgrounds, and when they formed the band in 2007, the diversity of influences helped the band find their own blend of music.
New York-based MusicDish*China (http://china.musicdish.com) serves as a bridge between East & West, working with major acts from Taiwan (sa. Golden Melody Award winners Jolin Tsai, Mayday, Da Mouth) and China (Shanren) while developing Western acts for the Greater China market. MusicDish*China has partnered with key events, from Midi and Zebra festivals to the Sound of the Xity conference that, in combination with its social media presence, has given it a unique brand positioning in the market. MusicDish also provide distribution/marketing and touring for Western acts. MusicDish*China recently signed electronic acts DJ Code and RED for international management.