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Voodoo Kings Deliver A Beyond Catchy Rock n’ Roll Single With Their Single - ‘Eyes on You’

Off Their Album Faith & Whisky, Voodoo Kings “Eyes on You” Is Like Love at First Listen

(Denver, Colorado)

About “Eyes on You”

“Eyes on You” is a classic rock song about falling in love with someone who plays it cool. You are waiting and waiting to hear those three words – I Love You – but you are feeling like a “twisted shade of blue,” a bit like a fool. This person’s smile can bring you to your knees, but you don’t seem to have the same effect on them, yet. Perhaps they have been burned before and they don’t fall as easily. “When he whispered all those things you had in mind now, all you hear are the tears inside.”

Voodoo King’s universal theme of unrequited love has mass appeal. Along with their easy-to-relate to lyrics, the band delivers a performance full of energy created by their four-piece band of guitars, bass, drums and vocals. "Eyes on You" is performed by the stellar lineup of Michael Kranicke on guitar and lead vocals; Greg Foster on guitar and vocals; Mario Pagliarulo on bass; and Ryan Elwood on drums.

“And then you say that there’s no love that’s in your eyes / Baby now I find it all so true/ And when you say that you’re a lover in disguise / Twist me around to be your fool.” – Lyrics by Voodoo Kings, “Eyes on You”

The Voodoo Kings have devoted over hundred percent of their creative lives to making and sharing great rock ‘n’ roll songs. And as every great rock ‘n’ roll song has a great hook, “Eyes on You” doesn’t disappoint with catchy melodies that stay with you long after you hear it.

Listen to “Eyes on You” on National Indie Radio (WNIR)

“Eyes on You” is currently in heavy rotation on National Indie Radio’s Refugees of Rock show. You can check the radio schedule and tune-in at or download the app on iTunes or Android.

About Voodoo Kings

The essence of the Voodoo Kings can be found in one word – rock. Rock flows through their veins. They bring rock to life with the pulse of a bass line, the heartbeat of a rhythm section, and the guts of dirty guitars. These four band members crush it on stage time and time again bringing their live energy to every show. They also crush it on radio, tv, and film!

The Voodoo Kings are no strangers to success. Several Voodoo Kings’ singles have found their way onto the silver screen. The single “When I See Her” from their album 'American Lights' was featured in the movie Deal, starring Burt Reynolds. And two songs from their album 'Mileage', “It’s All Right” and “Strong Will Survive” were used in the Canadian TV series, Dark Rising - Warrior of Worlds.

Michael Kranicke, founder of the Voodoo Kings, grew up surrounded by the greatest Chicago bluesmen via his dad’s record player. Listening to Muddy Waters and Buddy Guy taught Kranicke the blues, and later Keith Richards and Stevie Ray Vaughan taught him how to turn those blues into a rock-fueled epiphany.

Their latest release, ‘Faith & Whiskey’, is lovingly named after the two things that keep Michael fueled in the music world. From the kicking rhythm section to spirited guitar riffs and four-part Americana harmonies, the album is a celebration of the pure art of rock music. With a little bit of Beatles, a touch of Tom Petty, and some whispers from Merle Haggard, there’s something for ever rock fan to fall in love with.

The Voodoo Kings will give you a reason to fall in love with rock ‘n’ roll all over again. You can find the Voodoo Kings music available for licensing with these companies: Atrium Music, Working Brilliantly, Music Supervisor.

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