Real, Raw, Haunted Southern Gothic Americana from Nashville, Tennessee
Voodoobilly's Lonesome Liz and Vicious Val performed regularly in Nashville with most of Muddy Roots' artist roster as well as with Americana's top songwriters. They've hit the ground running in Hollywood, where they made their debut at the House of Blues. The two have shared a stage with a diverse group of legends and legends in the making, from Shooter Jennings to Dee Dee Ramone, the notorious Dancing Outlaw Jesco White to Slash, Billy Don Burns and Drive-by Truckers artist Wes Freed, to the LA Guns and many others. Recent recording projects here have included producers Danny Saber, (Rolling Stones) and Chris Flores, (Slash) as well as an Americana album underway with former co-writer and band-mate of Bob Weir, Michael O'Neill.
The duo are extremely diverse their backgrounds and talents meld into an innovative, new whole unlike anything you've seen or heard before. Also known for her Blues writing and vocals, Liz was dubbed 'The Female Robert Johnson' by 'Southern Fried Magazine'). She is featured in a documentary about Psychobilly founder Hasil Adkins, once produced a show for Jesco White at Nashville's popular Basement that was dubbed 'Hillbilly Narnia' by fans and she and Val had the opportunity last year to explore a live music production concept with with film director Frank Miller. Val's original song, 'Kill City Blues' is featured in the recently released horror film, 'Muck'.