“... has a real Black Sabbath vibe which is awesome!!”
— Kurt Dahl (One Bad Son)
Phoenix and the SilverVoodoos
Formed in late 2015, Phoenix and the SilverVoodoos is an emerging original indie rock band from Asquith, SK Canada. The band consists of frontwoman/guitarist Phoenix Christa, guitarist Roland King and drummer Linda King. Phoenix and the SilverVoodoos' music can best be described as loud and powerful with Roland’s heavy guitar, Phoenix’s rugged vocals and her grinding guitar licks combined with Linda's engaging beats. This band's dark and mysterious sound is sure to please your “rocker” soul. They have been described as having a “Black Sabbath vibe,” and have been compared to the “Runaways”. Audience feedback declared Phoenix and The SilverVoodoos "a Rock and Roll revival"!
Since releasing their first two live singles in 2018, Phoenix and the SilverVoodoos have been “Ranked #1” for more than twelve weeks on local NumberOneMusic and Reverbnation. In 2019 the band released their first official single 'Slip Away,' a Song that was recorded and mastered at Recording Arts Institute Saskatoon (RAIS).
The band has just released their self titled EP album which includes three new singles "Warrior", "Sick and Twiztid(remastered)" and "I Like It". Soon after the release of their EP, one of their new singles "Sick and Twiztid" was played on Rock 102 FM Saskatoon's HomeTown Rock Radio Show in August 2019. The release of "Sick and Twiztid" also landed them a feature performance at Manitou Metalfest that same month.
Among the bands many accomplishments they continue to support March of Dimes Canada, every year since 2015, as an active participant in their Rock for Dimes charity event.
Phoenix and The SilverVoodoos are excited to return back to Contrast Recordings to complete their debut Album!
Phoenix and The SilverVoodoos are looking for performance opportunities in clubs and bars throughout Saskatchewan this fall and winter.
Check out their events page for up and coming show dates. You can find their music on most streaming media sites.