Consisting of users of many prominent regional works, including G.B. Leighton and Molly & the Haymakers, who got also been involved with session function, the Minneapolis-St. Paul quintet Hillbilly Voodoo Dolls got their name being a installing description of the mixture of rockabilly, blues, New Orleans-styled R&B, and zydeco. Jam periods involving the people, bassist Paul Manske, guitarist Paul Bergen, keyboardist Tom Coursolle, and drummer Tony Kamena, resulted in the forming of a more long lasting entity. Since their inception, the music group has shown to be a favorite live work and distributed the stage with significant artists such as for example Los Lobos’ Cesar Rosas, Paul Cebar & the Milwaukeeans, as well as the Derailers. Amongst their recordings are Hubba Hubba, and Tempo Disease.