Hoodoo Is an American term, originating in the 19th century or earlier, for African-American folk magic. Grafted onto this tradition are distinct European and Native American herbal and magical practices and beliefs. the term "hoodoo man" is used to describe a "conjurer", usually a herbalist or folk'magician. IN music, the term hoodoo was used in many famous blues songs, most notable "Hoodoo Man Blues" by Junior Wells, which was released in November of 1965. Junior Wells, a long time Hohner endorser, was known for his blistering Chicago blues style harp playing and his performance on Hoodoo Blues has influenced a new generation of harmonica players
Folk magic is based upon one primary assumption: that everything is connected. To further that tradition, Hohner is proud to connect with the roots of that magical music and launch the new Hoodoo Blues set of harmonicas.