Juke Joint is a three-piece Rockabilly band. Rockabilly was the first wave of Rock & Roll that originally came out of Memphis with artists such as Elvis, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins.

This music caught on in other parts of the country such as Texas where Buddy Holly emerged as a star. JJC plays all of these great artists and revival bands such as the Stray Cats and Reverend Horton Heat. Chuck Berry is a favorite the band likes to play and they are known to throw a few Country songs in from that era, such as Hank Williams or Web Pierce.

Juke Joint Cruisers takes the audience back to a great period in America when times were simpler, less crowded and people came out and danced to this red hot music on Friday and Saturday nights. Make no mistake, this is no "doo-wop" group. The boys not only play the music authentically, but look the part as well with vintage instruments, dressed with an authentic look and slicked back pompadours. There will be no question what kind of music Juke Joint Cruisers will be playing for the evening.

The band released its first CD of all original music in January of 2011 after which time songs have been played on area radio stations.

JJC has played Ft. Morgan's BOB STOCK a number of times, Sterling's July Jams in the summer of 2011 to a crowd of 700 people, played the Hot Rod Hoedown in Colorado Springs two consecutive years including the summer of 2011 where they were the feature band backing up the headliner and have played the Skylark Lounge and Rockabillies-two of Denver's premiere Rockabilly rooms, as well as playing a show at Herman's Hideaway, a well-known Denver music venue. We can supply references upon request.

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