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NJBJ 2014 on Sat Sept 20

Click here to see photos from the 2013 Jubilee!


Help the Jubilee and the Kentuckiana Blues Society
Place a headstone for Sara Martin (1884-1955)!

Louisville native Sara Martin was one of the most popular classic blues singers of her time and her recordings with Louisville jug bands are thought to be the first jug band recordings ever made.

She is currently buried in an unmarked grave in Louisville Cemetery. We have made it our mission to change that and with your help we hope to unveil a long overdue headstone for her on Friday, September 19th - the day before the 10th anniversary Jubilee!

Click here for details and to donate!

 


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2014 artist sampler

videos of many of this year's Jubilee bands!!


 

National Jug Band Jubilee
is a gathering of the nation's best jug bands

bringing America's Happiest Music back to its old Kentucky home, in the city that started it all. 
Dedicated to preserving jug band music at its late 19th century home--Louisville, Kentucky. 
National Jug Band Jubilee--funded in part through aKentucky Arts Council grant.

 

 
America's Happiest Music!