Performing lost hit songs from the 70's

Yacht rock at its finest

Deja Voodoo was formed in 2017 with seasoned musicians performing lost hits of the 70's. These songs, now known as "Yacht Rock", bring back the memories of yesteryear. This popular midwest band characteristics are based on great musicianship and sweet harmonies.

One of the best local bands in the area. Incredible harmonies, great musicianship, and some really nice people!” - James Mangis

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This is my new favorite band! Wow - The best music delivered by some real pros!” - Gail Seaver Adamski

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Saw the band for the first time last night...pretty impressive! Great musicianship... very talented. Band members played each other‘s instruments and vocal ranges and harmonies were awesome” - Laura Urenda

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The best live band I have had the pleasure of listening to. These guys do not disappoint I recommend going to see them.” - John Kindernay

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Great tunes you dont hear everyday unless your listening to 70s radio” - Don Blue

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Just had this band for the first time at LBGC and all I can say is WOW!! They will not disappoint!” - Michelle Buerkett of Longbridge

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If you love 70's music you MUST see these guys. . . .they are amazing!” - Katy Lawrence

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Great band with incredible talent and great song list.” - Mike Marcy

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Make your Friday fun and friendly with a visit to Long Bridge to hang with arguably one of the best cover bands around, with definitely one of the best band names on record, as Deja Voodoo plays the bucolic golf course patio. A complete sextet of experienced local musicians, the group covers late 70s rock and more, doing classic and album cuts to give you a good mix of expected hits and unexpected off the wall numbers. Along with the superb musicianship, you get the added bonus of high-class harmonies and professional attitudes of guys having fun knowing what they're doing and doing what they're knowing they can do.” - Tom Irwin- Author of Illinois Times

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