all acoustic instruments, Jughead creates an infectious sound
rooted in traditional country/bluegrass spiced with some East Coast
that drives straight to the soul.
genuine songs about hockey, beer, ski-doos and the G.S.T., this
band just makes you feel good. The press has called them the "Best
band to drink to!", "Best party band...", etc...
Tom called them "One mean little Street Band".
Kilmister of Motorhead said in a BBC interview
Jughead's version of Ace of Spades was the only
cover version of his song he ever liked.
Monroe (the father of Bluegrass) liked Jughead so much he jumped
up on stage and started dancing while Jughead was performing.
Osborne digs Jughead's hillbilly cover of "Crazy
Train", soon to be released on video.
hit single "Hockey Song",
can be heard at the Hockey Hall of Fame and at most NHL hockey
song got Jughead a Gold record
as part of the Attic Records compilation "Contact - The
has exported the "Hockey Song" around the world.
The new CD, "Speedwobble" is
charting on radio stations across Canada. It features many originals
and some motorgrass versions of Ozzy and the Ramones.
"Uncorked" also contains some real smoking original motorgrass
numbers as well as some twists on classics by Motorhead &
Deep Purple all the while remaining acoustic.
"Got'em, Got'em, Need'em, Got'em!" is an enhanced CD that
includes "Interactivated!", the international award
winning CD-Rom track.
has toured Canada from coast to coast playing festivals such as
the Winnipeg Folk Festival, the Vancouver Folk Festival,
Lolapalooza and Kumbaya.
voices and instruments of Jughead are:
1) Professor Brian
Morgan - fiddle
2) Sugarlips- harmonicas
3) Greg Monk - banjo
4) Smith - washboard
5) Todd Gallant - gut-bucket & guitar
6) Mets - spoons
7) Tj Shediak- mandolin
8) Julie Tobbogan - vocals, guitar
9) Andrew Queen - guitar, jug and gut bucket
10) Doug Queen - accordion
We're talking big sound
with even bigger vocals.
Lined up from head to toe this could be the longest band in the
land measuring in at almost sixty feet long.
If you've ever wondered
what it would be like if Motorhead hosted Hee-Haw you've got to
see Jughead, The Original Motorgrass Band.