Voodoo Court originated in central California. Mark Kuhn began composing instrumental guitar licks after listening to an LP of underground LA surf bands given to him by a friend. Soon after the first cd, " Electric Beach," was born. It received 4 star reviews from Reverb Central and European mags as well. The recording was done at Prairie Sun Studios, resulting in a great sounding debut cd.
Voodoo Court then stunned the world with their 2001 release of “Nuclear Vacation”, which included their first recorded vocal: “Run From The Blast.” Mark Kuhn’s and Bill Feller’s vocal performances on "Run From the Blast" were endowed with so much pathos and pure emotion, that even the most cynical and jaded listener could not help but weep uncontrollably as they begged for someone to please make it stop. Nontheless, 4 star reviews again came to be had
“Nuclear Vacation” was followed in 2002 by the release of “Nuclear Vacation: The Party’s Over,” this time including Mark's arrangement of two classic spy tunes, "007/Goldfinger," an outstanding hit, making "The Party's Over" the biggest selling cd for Voodoo Court.
Unfortunately, there came a period of turmoil, uprooting and relocation that put the flow of new music compositions on hold. Now with a personal recording studio, Mark is back on track with his Strat and Jag and the fourth full length cd is ready.
“Gitmo a Go Go”, “Crossing the Border”, and “Route 69” were interim creations released for digital download featuring good friend, Billy Drysdale lending the vocal expression for Bill Feller's tongue-in-cheek look on life.
Long live REVERB!