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  4. The Birmingham Jug Band were one of the first and one of the most raucous and most irrepressible jug bands ever to record. It's varied…

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  7. The Blue Ribbon Jug Band, was just recently crowned the 2008 Chicago Battle of the Jug Bands Champion. They play acoustic roots, folk, and…

  8. The Five Harmaniacs is a name of a jug band (or two bands, as some music researchers claim) that played early blues and vaudeville blues (also…

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  10. Little is known about Jack Kelly, the hoarse-voiced singer of the Memphis Jug Band. What is apparent from his music is that he took influences…

  11. Jim Kweskin (born July 18, 1940, Stamford, Connecticut) is the founder of Jim Kweskin & the Jug Band, with Fritz Richmond, Mel Lyman, and Geoff and…

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    * Maria D'Amato (Maria Muldaur)- vocals
    * Frank Goodkin - banjo
    * David Grisman - mandolin
    * Stefan Grossman - guitar, banjo, vocals
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  13. Hartzell Strathdene "Tiny" Parham (February 25, 1900 – April 4, 1943) was a Canadian-born American jazz bandleader and pianist of African-American…

  14. “Jim Kweskin & the Jug Band were stars of the same early-'60s folk revival that launched Peter, Paul & Mary, Joan Baez and Bob Dylan. His band…

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  16. Dozens of musicians been members of The 1937 Flood of Huntington, WV, over the years since it stumbled into existence in the mid 1970s.

    As writer…

  17. Ernest Loring "Red" Nichols (May 8, 1905 – June 28, 1965) was a United States jazz cornettist.

    Nichols was born in Ogden, Utah, the son of a music…

  18. Clarence Williams' Blue Five was a studio band of the early '20s whose membership today seems as phenomenal as its records must have sounded at…

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