Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, and Happy New Year from Gregg Juke & The Mighty No-Star Blues Band...
Once again, it's been a month since we've posted anything new for you here; the time (and this past year) have really flown by. LOTS has happened in the past few months-- personnel changes, some great gigs, everyone having extremely busy schedules (I was involved in three major Christmas shows this year, Bruce was in two, and Joel hosted one as well-- Who has time for shopping?)... Plus, the Juke family is getting ready for another addition (and I'm not talking about a new den). We've been moving from one hectic event to another, and are looking forward to a little break.
We may have several items of _big_ news for 2006, but we'll let you know about those things as soon as we can confirm them. Right now, we'd appreciate your support at all of our live events (sign-up for our e-mail list at www.MightyNoStars.com for all of the latest gig info).
One news item for our No-Stars fans-- Joel Thomas, master of the electric bass, will be taking a short medical hiatus from the band (he's ok, but needs a little recuperation time). While we await his return, please welcome another multi-talented individual to the bandstand, vocalist/guitarist/keyboardist/songwriter/engineer/producer (are we out of breath yet?), old friend, and _bassist_ Glenn Bernardis (formerly of Mr. Funny and Kilbrannan; currently with Celtic hotshots Stone Row)... He will be subbing for Joel on most of our gigs until Joel is ready to return (we're currently looking at February).
Glenn adds his own special "thing"-- you'll have to come check us out to find out what it is!
Merry Christmas, God Bless, and Good Blues...