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Knox County Jug Stompers / Bio

The Knox County Jug Stompers consists of 5-6 active members that are based out of Knoxville, TN. They perform jug band music, old time music, a wide range of bluegrass tunes, western swing, old 1930's era blues and much more. The group has been performing and touring for the last 3 years. Influenced by Doc Watson, Blind Blake, Jesse Fuller, the Memphis Jug Band, and many more, this ragtime band has ventured to create their own jug band music. The Knox County Jug Stompers come with an energetic new sound that clashes quite well with old time music which projects there sound in a new way. They have an energetic new sound that embodies old time music by clashing old songs with an eruption of stringed instruments consisting of banjo, mandolin, wash tub bass, wash board percussion's, guitar, and not to mention everyone sings harmony.

General Info

Band Members
Drew Fisher-vocals, fiddle, banjo, harmonica; April Hamilton-Washtub bass; Chris Bratta-percussion; Barry Smith-Guitar
Artist Name
Knox County Jug Stompers
Home Page
Active Since
Bluegrass / Old Time / Jug Band

Contact Info

Knoxville, TN
Barry Smith & Drew Fisher

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