Red Hot Juba plays Blisterin' Hot Countrified Jazz and Green Mountain Swing. Using a shifting and impulsive mix of styles while carving out an approach all their own, Red Hot Juba can turn from dynamic jump-blues to bittersweet soul on a dime. With a growing reputation for long, high energy sets, the band will cover a broad and varied expanse of musical ground over the course of an evening, and enjoy the sights along the way.
D. Davis (D.Davis@RedHotJuba.com) - A true renaissance musician, D has been playing the guitar for the better part of 25 years. He divides his time between Red Hot Juba, and a never-ending array of side projects and musical and artistic scenarios. D will occasionally show his facility on the mandolin, harmonica, keyboards, and string bass with Juba.
Eric Krull (Eric@RedHotJuba.com) - Admitted "song-stealer" and de facto frontman; Eric is on a constant and restless search for new inspiration. He seeks to add a wrinkle to many Juba arrangements, just to keep people on their toes. He is finally breaking through some of his hang-ups and committing to some original song ideas. Don't be afraid if you also see him attempting to shape the minds of the future.
Bryan “Aubin” Aubin (Aubin@RedHotJuba.com) - Traps, brass, vocals, guitar, and banjo, 5th generation Vermonter; Aubin is a deep well of talent, adding just the right textures to the Juba thang. He showed up to a campfire with a snare drum and, though maybe it was the beer, it seemed to sound just right. He’ll even pick up the trumpet a couple times a night. “How could that horn-guy also be the drummer?”
Steve Goldman (Steve@RedHotJuba.com) - "Downright" bassist, vocals, and webmaster; Steve barely skipped a beat when the band said to him "you play a great guitar man, wanna play bass?" Steve's solid thump and sweet harmonies add deeper layers to Juba's sound. Steve also plays in several local bands on bass, keyboard and vocals including The Brevity Thing, Tiny Montgomery and Mark LeGrand and the Cadillac Twins