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Sad to say it, but Hip Kitty is closing their doors for good. This will be the last show ever to be played at the infamous Hip Kitty Jazz & Fondue. D.on Darox & The Melody Joy Bakers are honored to be the last band to play it. Come send it a good farewell, and party the night away with us. Bring them stomping shoes, and drinking money, we'll bring that Dirty Gypsy Blues.Tickets Save
Bio: D.on Darox is a modern nomad, who busked his way from Tennessee to Southern California, writing and performing across the South while finding the key players of the Melody Joy Bakers. Playing original music combining roots Americana with Gypsy swing and a New Orleans vibe, The Melody Joy Bakers ...See Full Bio
“REJECTION LETTER: I get a lot of these requests. If I say "yes" to one, I have to say it to them all. There simply isn't enough time, and don't tell me to TAKE the time... I don't have it. And if that's all you friended me for, forget it. I'm burnt out.”
Ask D.on Darox & The Melody Joy Bakers anything...
Q: What songs have the theremin? Hope more songs use it in the future.
A: Good question! We have quite a sweet catalog of songs that have the theremin weaving, threading and sewing through out songs. Of what we have recorded thus far, off the top of my head, TANGO is the first album of ours that we introduced the theremin. From that album "Waltz in A minor " and This Little Light. More to come once we get back in the studio! Thanks for the question.
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