The Hoodoo Soul Band Live Stream
Farewell to Jared Mahone Tribute
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The Hoodoo Soul Band bids a fond farewell to vocalist/guitarist Jared Mahone, as this will be his last show for quite awhile. Jared will be on the road with his family for awhile, and his bandmates and fans will have this last chance to hear him perform! Hoodoo Soul Band began as a side project for several seasoned veterans of the Columbus music scene who wanted an outlet to play Funk and Rhythm and Blues with a horn section. In January of 1995, these players started a weekly residency at Oldfield’s on High (now under a new name) and it quickly became the “place to be” for Columbus, Ohio music scene junkies. In 2008, the group found a new home for their residency at Rumba Café on Summit Street and the crowd followed. Due to the covid pandemic, Natalie’s is hosting the shows until the Rumba is reopened for live music.
Primarily a cover band, Hoodoo is known for curating a unique setlist while giving each song its own original treatment. The players effectively turn soul songs into standards which they deconstruct on the fly, improvising new arrangements in front of the crowd, and introducing audiences to funky, unfamiliar gems that quickly become crowd favorites. Most of the group is still made up of the original members but new blood has been introduced over the years. At any given show the line-up may change with only the very best players in the city subbing in. The focus is music and the standards are high. Hoodoo Soul has also been direct support for world-class acts passing through Columbus such as Parliament and Ray Charles among many others.
The Hoodoo Soul Band presents a live streaming concert from the stage at Natalie’s Grandview that can be viewed from the comfort of your own home. This is a pay what you want event on Facebook, and payments can be made through our PayPal link: PayPal.me/NataliesColumbus. All Paypal contributions go towards compensation for the band, Natalie’s and the video live stream production costs.
Date: Sunday, November 22, 2020
Time: 8:00 pm