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Urban Voodoo Machine

London’s bourbon-soaked gypsy blues, bop ‘n’ stroll band The Urban Voodoo Machine are back with their fourth album ‘Hellbound Hymns’ and a UK tour.

Prepare yourself for a mash-up of guitars, drums, upright bass, horns, violin, piano, accordion, bouzouki, Hammond organ and more, all topped up with the gravelly voice of Mr Paul-Ronney Angel telling tales. This promises to be a hugely entertaining night out from the band whose act was honed alongside the burlesque dancers, snake charmers and fire eaters they call friends.

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