By incorporating all manner of homemade instruments, jug bands were hugely popular in America during the 1920s and early 1930s. With an unparalleled vibrancy this do it yourself and often overlooked approach to music was highly influential in the history of the blues.
1) Memphis Sheiks: He's In The Jailhouse Now
2) Whistler & His Jug Band: The Jug Band Special
3) Cannon's Jug Stompers: Going To Germany
4) Birmingham Jug Band: Giving It Away
5) Earl McDonald's Original Louisville Jug Band: Casey Bill
6) Tampa Red’s Hokum Jug Band: It's Tight Like That
7) Carolina Peanut Boys: This Will Bring You Back
8) Daddy Stovepipe & Mississippi Sarah: The Spasm
9) Memphis Minnie And Her Jug Band: Grandpa And Grandma Blues
10) King David's Jug Band: What's That Tastes Like Gravy
11) Memphis Jug Band: Stealin', Stealin'
12) Jimmie Rodgers & The Louisville Jug Band: My Good Gal's Gone Blues
13) Picaninny Jug Band: Bottle It Up And Go
14) Old Southern Jug Band: Blues, Just Blues, That's All