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Aaron Lee Tasjan and The Voodoo Fix

  • Date: March 22, 2017
  • Time: 6:30pm
  • Address:
    217 East Houston Street
    New York, NY 10001

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Artists scheduled to appear on 3/22/2017 at 6:30pm at Mercury Lounge:
  • Aaron Lee Tasjan
  • The Voodoo Fix

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Upcoming Events for Aaron Lee Tasjan

A songwriter, guitarist and producer, Aaron Lee Tasjan first appeared on the scene in 2008 as a founding member of Semi Precious Weapons. Following his departure from the band the same year, he started the critically acclaimed band, Madison Square Gardeners, in which he won much critical acclaim for his skills as a singer/songwriter when The Village Voice declared the Gardeners, "The best NYC has to offer!" Tasjan's songs have been featured in such films as Serious Moonlight (Meg Ryan) and The Way, Way Back (Steve Carell) and recorded by other artists including Jack White & BP Fallon, Pat Green, Findlay Brown and many more. He has played lead guitar for The New York Dolls, Alberta Cross & Todd Snider. Tasjan is also a frequent musical collaborator with Kevn Kinney, Anton Fier and Tim Easton. For more information check out

Upcoming Events for The Voodoo Fix

Since 2007, The Voodoo Fix has been working constantly, writing, recording, and touring the United States. Originally from Whittier, California, the band currently resides in New Haven, Connecticut, which has become home base for their East Coast tour route. New York, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia, Burlington, and countless college towns are now regular destinations for the five musicians, who have become a touring machine since releasing two EPs and one full length album.

After an isolated month in a remote mountain cabin, The Voodoo Fix recorded their debut LP, 'Not For Nothing.' The album is a reflection of intense musical exploration outside of the urban landscape of their native Los Angeles. It has a rock sound with elements funk, folk, and cabin fever.

To promote the release of 'Not For Nothing,' The Voodoo Fix booked free shows on Organic Farms across the nation to raise money for independent farmers, starting the independent production, Tour-Ganic. For the band, it was a humbling and exciting experience to trek across the Deep South in their '88 Ford Van, spreading their music while connecting to hardworking, everyday people from all walks of life. With dates all over the East Coast, The Voodoo Fix is busier than ever, delivering a Fix in every town.

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