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Juke House / Bio

Juke House is a band of 5 musicians from Springfield, IL. It was formed when Brian and Mike were discussing their love of a style of music known as jump blues. They reached out to other local musicians who they thought would also share their interest in jump blues.

Jump blues is an up-tempo swinging music that is considered the precursor to Rhythm & Blues and Rock 'n' Roll. It was very popular in the 1940's and early 1950's, made popular by artists such as: Louis Jordan, Louis Prima, Nat King Cole, Big Joe Turner, & others. There was a revival of this style of music in the 1990's by artists like Brian Setzer and Joe Jackson and it is still very popular today.

Jump blues got its name because of how people would jump up to dance when they heard it.

Juke House is a band of 5 talented musicians who have come together to bring something 'new' to central Illinois - fun-loving, upbeat, swinging, and grooving music called - Jump Blues!

General Info

Band Members
Brian Moore: Vocal, Sax; Tim Bahn: Piano, Vocal; Mike Lang: Bass; Mark Sanders: Drums; Manley Mallard: Guitar
Artist Name
Juke House
Home Page
Blues / Jump Blues

Contact Info

Springfield, IL