Lucky Munk
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Lucky Munk

Brentwood, Tennessee, United States

Brentwood, Tennessee, United States
Band Pop Jazz


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"Upcoming Release: LUCKY MUNK – Things We Didn’t Lose"

Jazz, Pop, Jazz-Pop, Pop-Jazz; whatever it is you ultimately end up classifying it under, Nashville blues-rock-influenced duo Lucky Munk have an awful lot of spunk behind them.

Guitarist Tyra Elliott Neftzger, and drumming wife Amy have crafted what they call a fun Jamie Cullen-inspired EP of poppy jazz hooks, but with a John Mayer ensemble sensibility that shines through in each track’s instrumentation. Their debut EP Things We Didn’t Lose is set to drop August 23rd and is currently stream-able via Fog Ink.

The title track and “It Takes As Long As It Takes” are definitely standouts; you can check out the latter in the embed below. A couple fun jazzy cover songs also accompany their original work – so definitely hit up Fog Ink and take a listen to their interpretation of Queen’s Another One Bites The Dust – seriously… you won’t regret it. - The Indie Machine


Things We Didn't Lose
It Takes as Long as it Takes
Another One Bites the Dust
Time After Time



Nashville guitarist and Berklee College of Music graduate Tyra Elliott Neftzger has combined elements of jazz, blues, and rock in his work with Lucky Munk.  With over 15 years of experience composing and performing in various venues, Tyra has now created a band that embodies his unique sound as an arranger and a vocalist.  The band performs new arrangements of familiar tunes as well as their own original songs.

The style of Lucky Munk has been described as a combination of Jamie Cullum and John Mayer. It’s guitar driven music with strong jazz and blues influences.

Basic Band Information:

Guitar and Vocals: Tyra Elliott Neftzger
Drums: Amy Neftzger

Lucky Munk performs as a vocal jazz/pop duo with guitar and drums. Because of the band’s simple format they’re able to perform in a variety of venues. In addition, they can hook into your PA system or use their own. Their speakers project well in venues that seat up to approximately 2,000 people.