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Jump Little Children (JLC or Jump) was formed in 1991 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Known for their unique sound, energetic live performances, and willingness to interact with fans, the band built a strong following over their fourteen years. They played their final show on December 30, 2005 in their adopted hometown of Charleston, South Carolina.

The band's name is taken from a song by blues musicians Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee.

Jay Clifford, Matthew Bivins, Ward Williams, and Christopher Pollen… read more

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  • Avatar for AngryBobby
    "Wish I was here" brought me here
  • Avatar for holetoledo
    anymore songs like "cathedrals"?
  • Avatar for inkpoint
    Yes, "Too High" is really great. And what a melody in "Hold Your Tongue"... !
  • Avatar for leonarbe
    For me, their best song is "too high"
  • Avatar for leonarbe
    Why "too high" is not shown here, It's a GREAT SONG... anyway good band
  • Avatar for Mymasamune
    Their band name makes them sound like they want to jump little children haha
  • Avatar for k_wie_karo
    Jessmo-berry has no clue what she is talking about...unfortunately.
  • Avatar for quixentric
    Cemetary_walk: I personally would go with Magazine, it's probably my favorite album of theirs. But I also love Vertigo and Between The Dim...; also, I happened to find The Early Years in my local record shop (along with an autographed Live DVD!) and like it too :)
  • Avatar for RedBlonde
    This time of year always makes me miss seeing Jump. It still feels like something's missing during the holidays and it's been 4 years since their last Dock Street (it became a holiday tradition to go to Charleston with my sister). I wish they would do a reunion show next year after the Dock Street Theater reopens. :)
  • Avatar for oywidapoodles
    Cemetary_walk - I started with Between the Dim and the Dark, and have loved them since, but Vertigo is probably my favorite. You can't really go wrong.

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