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The Juke Hounds

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Doug Barber - Keyboards and vocals
Gerard Dominick - Bass and vocals
Bob Gardner - Guitar and Lead vocals
Jimmy Kormanik - Harp and vocals
Mark Smallwood - Drums

If Elmore James had been backed by Booker T and the M.G.’s, he would have sounded a lot like the Juke Hounds: bluesy, funky, soulful—and just a touch modern.

The Juke Hounds have played this brand of blues—their brand—in northeastern Ohio clubs, and on festival stages including the 2009 Canton Blues Festival, and the ’09 and ’10 Kent Blues Festivals.

In November of 2010 they won the 2nd Annual Cleveland Blues Society Blues Challenge, and were participants in the 2011 International Blues Challenge.

They released their initial CD “Low Man on the Totem Pole” in May of 2012, about which “Buzzbin” magazine opined: “At their shows, the lively band covers a slew of classic tunes from the likes of Buddy Guy and Muddy Waters in addition to their own brand of authentic blues.

They have also now added Mary Rose Durdak on guitar to their lineup, and garnered even more attention than before. They really can put on one smoking hot show when seen live!!

The guys are obviously well versed in the catchy music they write and perform, and “Low Man on the Totem Pole” is an example of how to do blues right. With repetitive hooks and toe-tapping rhythms, the band is pure fun and are experts at their craft.”

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