SHOW UPDATE: Too Busy? Never!


Hello Doggies,

Rory here again with some updates on Vox happenings (Voxenings?). 

While it has been a while since the last post, we’ve also sporadically (or not so sporadically) been out of town and focusing on other things aside from demoing/writing/recording. What other things? Playing a ton of shows, of course.

There will be a few opportunities to see us in August, but the first one will be at Tipitina’s this Saturday, August 2nd for the Big History Farewell Show. Sweet Crude and Your’s Truly will be supporting. As always, Facebook event HERE.

However, this is no mere ordinary show. The show will begin and end with huge performances featuring members of all three bands (we’re calling it “Vox and the Sweet History,” but feel free to let us know if you have a better name). So none of this arriving late stuff — or leaving early, for that matter. 

We hope to see you all there! If you’re interested in staying updated on future shows and our album progress, stay tuned to this station. If you’re not interested…well, why did you even come here in the first place?


Rory, V&tH


About Us

New Orleans-based spaghetti western psychedelic indie-rock quintet Vox and the Hound was originally envisioned as a one-off performance to augment front man Leo DeJesus’s solo material for a local music festival in 2010. However, the group’s undeniable chemistry grew into a full-fledged band that, nearly four years later, still retains its original members in DeJesus on guitar and vocals, Andrew Jarman on bass and vocals, Daniel “D-Ray” Ray on keys, vocals, and trombone, Rory Callais on guitar, and Eric Rogers on drums. The band quickly recorded a batch of DeJesus’s songs for its 2011 EP Hermosa before collaborating to produce their eclectic and dense debut album Courage. Vox and the Hound has gone on to win Gambit Weekly’s Big Easy Music Awards “Best Emerging Artist 2012,” sell out House of Blues’ Parish Room for the Courage release show, and mount a Kickstarter campaign to release Courage on vinyl that doubled its initial goal. Not one to rest on its laurels, Vox and the Hound is currently writing new material in preparation of its next release while continuing to touch on “a panoply of styles, from spare, dreamy soundscapes to vivacious prog-pop and spooky Americana (Allison Fensterstock,


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