100 tour stops around the world each year may seem a bit steep to some, but Big Bad Voodoo Daddy just calls it another day in the life of a big band legend. After dabbling in punk and alternative rock early in his career, founding member Scotty Morris pursued a decidedly different direction when he began playing swing of the 1940s and '50s in lounges around southern California. Since then, the band has performed with a number of American symphony orchestras and even snagged the coveted half-time spot of the 1999 Super Bowl. All while staying true to their roots and living out of suitcases year-round. Dedication.