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Hoochi Coochi is a hand clapping soul stirring indie blues band from Dover, De. Starting in the warm fall of 2015, members Fatz Hawkins and Danielle Johnson have been hitting the music scene hard and heavy together. Both coming from musical projects and closing in on a decade of musical experience, the two have joined forces to create something that's sure to make you dance. Mixing genres like blues, soul and adding a touch of indie they have been able to engage a wide demographic both young and old. Hoochi Coochi picked up longtime drummer Chelsea Grant in July of 2016 on drums to round out their sound and add movement and flow to their live performance and Mark Reed in 2017 to add to the rhythm section. Always a crowd favorite Hoochi Coochi brings the people together. They have entertained a wide array of venues and opened for national acts like Low Cut Connie and Larkin Poe. They are sure to get any crowd young and old rocking, rolling, and singing about love.
Hannah Taylor was born a little orphan girl to a black bear in the woods of Upstate New York. She was raised on blackberries and moonshine. As an adult, she ventured to Philadelphia, home of the Citywide Special and Country Night at Bob & Barbara's Lounge, a place where she quickly found a home crooning old school country and breaking boy's hearts left and right. But she missed the bears.
“We couldn’t take it anymore, so we split,” says former Jesse Lundy Band drummer Alec Meltzer. Joining him were bassist Chris Bicksler and guitarist Rekardo Lee.
Formed almost 10 years ago, the Trio has gone through several formats focused on blues and rock. The initial plan was to act as the backing band for area artists for one-off shows, giving the trio the opportunity to find their own voice by constantly challenging themselves with new music. But then they met up with Hannah and were wooed by her sultry, yet sassy singing style and stage presence. Following her long stint as Aretha Franklin's backup singer, they called her up and the band instantly locked into a rockabilly/blues format that sat nicely among all their tastes.
Rockabilly, country and rock fans alike agree… Despite a lack of male pompadours, the band knows how to keep the dance floor hopping and the drinks flowing.
Jada Fete (Fate), 8 young musician, singer songwriters from Philadelphia, PA. Jada Fete's sound blends the soul of R&B, the technology of pop, hip hop's edge and sultry vocal stylings. Jada Fete write and sing about love, life, social issues and oh yes, they bring the party!