Blues, Roots Rock, and power-pop all mingle in the overall effect of Jubal's Tribe. With strong songwriting and band interplay, Jubal's Tribe has been together for a year, touring south texas, appearing at festivals and other venues, playing a mix of original and classic covers, including SRV, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and original tunes from their new CD.
Dan Nash (guitars) formed the ban in 1999, and together with Scott Greer (drums), Skot Jacubiak (Bass) and Ben Cunningham (guitars), worked up the sound that reflects the musical heritage of southern rock, texas blues and pwer-pop tunes of the Cd released in Jan 2001: 'Jubal's Tribe'
Jubal's Tribe has been featured in several Festivals across Texas this last year, including the popular NorthGate Festival, grabbing some excellent reviews and raising the eyebrows of promoters and bands who participated in that event.
Jubal's Tribe is at work on their second CD release. Two CD's are available, 'Jubal's Tribe', the debut CD, and 'station' a seven song mix of live performances, remixes and the first single from the 'jubal's Tribe' CD, 'Quit Pumpin The Sunshine'