Their music was featured on TV's 'Third Rock From the Sun' and have performed with dozens of symphony orchestras. The band is ready to blow Estes Park's minds.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy has been around for nearly 30 years entertaining the world, and they'll be entertaining fans when they play February 11 and 12, 2022 at The Stanley Hotel Concert Hall in Estes Park, in time to help celebrate Valentine's Day just a bit early.

If you would want to be one of the 'coolest cats' around, you would want to join Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. Their mission over the years has been simple: revitalize jazz and swing music- America's original music art form - and bring joy to audiences around the world.

The band's name comes from an autograph that blues guitar legend Albert Collins gave to BBVD band member Scotty Morris; Collins had signed a poster for Morris:

To Scotty, the big bad voodoo daddy.

The band's career began in 1989, in Ventura, California. Among the many things the band is known for, they played during the halftime of Super Bowl XXIII, and they did the theme song and incidental music for the 1999-2000 season of the popular TV show, 'Third Rock from the Sun.'

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These two shows at The Stanley Concert Hall, presented by Stanley Live. will be a great way to get out and have some blood-pumping fun with the one you love, just in time for Valentine's Day.

Tickets start at $65; of course, you can upgrade to your ticket(s) to include staying at Colorado's legendary hotel, for 'a few' dollars more.

Get your tickets for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy HERE.

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