The J-Street band

The J-Street band

 Kansas City, Missouri, USA
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A classic rock band that covers a large variety of cool rock tunes ranging from the 60's to today. If you like to dance and have a good time, were the band you want to hang out with.

Biography

Were a 5 piece band consisting of lead & rythmn guitars, bass, keyboard/percussion, and drums. As a group of well seasoned musicians the quality of our performances is top shelf. A great group of vocalist that each produce their own distinct sound, yet blend cool harmonies when necessary.

With our musical roots coming from the early 60's we've learned to embrace the mixture of rock as it has progressed through the years. Set lists contain favorites from groups such as: Beatles, Van Morrison, Rolling Stones, John Cougar, Steve Miller to name a few. To keep the music fresh we change up the familiar by incorporating several original songs from our latest CD.

Discography

SINGLES:
- Saturday Night Heros
- Speck on the Map
- Rosetta She Said Was Her Name
- Joys In The Ride
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CD RELEASES
- The J-Street Band
- Johnson & Scott

Set List

The Thrill Is Gone – BB King
Domino – Van Morison
Wild Horses – Rolling Stones
Some Like It Hot – John Cafferty
Gloria – Doors
Ain’t No Sunshine – Joe Cocker
ROCK In The USA – John Cougar
Funky Music – Wild Cherry
I’m A Man – Spencer Davis Group
When A Man Loves A Woman – Percy Sledge
Louie Louie – Animals
Mony Mony – Billy Idol
Give Me Three Steps – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Jet Airliner – Steve Miller
Stormy Monday – Allman Brothers
Twist N’ Shout – Beatles
I Need To Sit Down – J-Street Band
Pride and Joy – Stevie Ray Vaughn
Hands To Yourself – Georgia Satellites
Authority Song – John Cougar
I Saw Here Standing There – Beatles
Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett
Low Places – Garth Brooks
Help Me Make It Through The Night – Lynn Anderson
Unchain My Heart – Joe Cocker
All Summer Long – Kid Rock
Into The Mystic – Van Morrison
You Don’t Have to Call Me Darling -
American Band – Grand Funk Railroad
Angel Eyes – Jeff Healey Band
Because – Dave Clark Five
Brown Eyed Girl – V