The Juncos

  • July 10, 2019
  • By Admin: sfbluegrass
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The Juncos  “Ripping their way through the American roots music landscape in high-energy style, the Santa Cruz-based Juncos are a down-home band that is more throwback than revival. With an appreciation for the acoustic life and a gather-’round-the-mic-y’all recording style, this is a group that understands the strength of a good song and how to let it stand on it’s own. They can coax the sweet out of some harmonies, get the floorboards jumping with their foot-stomping tunes and wind their way through just about any roots-based genre. From jug music and rockabilly to folk, honkytonk and old-timey, the Juncos whip up a thick and hearty musical stew.” – SC Wee Singer and songwriter Joshua Lowe leads the charge on guitar, tenor banjo, 5-string banjo, and kazoo and is joined by Jeff Kissell – double bass, harmony vocals, Alex Jones – mandolin, guitar, harmony vocals,and Blaire McLaughlin – violin, harmony vocals.