Pictures from the 6th Annual Johnny "Family Reunion" Jam


Friday Pre Jam

The Real Deal


5th Annual John Simoneaux Memorial Jam Feb 28, 2004


All proceeds went to the John Simoneaux Memorial Endowed Scholarship in the School of Music at La. Tech.

Our special guest this year was Lauren Morgan, this year's recipient of the scholarship. She is looking forward to meeting John's family and all involved in the organization of the scholarship and had this to say:


Mr. Carter, 

Thank you very much for the invitation.
I have marked it on my calendar and look forward to the event. I look forward to meeting Mr. Simoneaux's mother and all who are involved.

Thank you once again. 
See you on the 28th of February.

Sincerely, Lauren Morgan


Bill Deese, Bobby Black, Chuck Redden, Dan Sanchez Band, Danny Solomon, Danny Witherington, Deacon Black, Deeper Shade of Blues, Donovan Hatcher, Down & Dirty 3, Dr. Speed and Friends, Dwight's Band (P G's Guitars), Geff Forrester, Hands On, I-20 Takes Over the World, Jerry Beach, Joe Larson, Joe Nadeau, John Kelly, Johnny O'Neal, Keith Sadler, Lauren Morgan, Les "Boogie" Skinner, Lightnin' Bugs, Michael Frusha, Michael Rasbury, Mike Gay, MikeO, Monty Russell, Mudd Pi, Nick Summers, Ninety to Nothin', November's End, Rhonda Satcher, Robin Antley, Ruston Road Kings, Ryan Munsey, Scott Allen Band, Scott Tisdale, Steve Simpson, Terry King, Terry Woodward and more!


The 4th Annual John Simoneaux Memorial Jam 
was held March 15, 2003 at The Sundown Tavern in Ruston, LA. 5PM - Midnight

There were 7 Hours of Music, Food and a Silent auction for only a 5$ donation at the door!!!!

Scheduled to appear so far: Doug Duffy, Joe Nadeau, Jerry Beach, Ruston Road Kings, Jennifer B and the Groove Kings with Dr. Speed, I-20 Takes Over The World, Deeper Shade Of Blues, Members of the Lightin'Bugs, Members of Simplemen, Donavan Hatcher, Ryan Munsey, Keith Patterson, Mike-O, Johnny O'Neal, Les “Boogie” Skinner, Monty Russell, Bobby Black, John Kelly, Larry Gilmore, Michael Frusha, Scott Tisdale, Geff Forrester and more!

There was an additional outdoor stage for acoustic music this year.

Proceeds from John's Memorial Jam went toward the John Simoneaux Memorial Scholarship at La Tech in Ruston. In the 3 years since John's passing, we've put enough money in the to pay approximately $350/quarter to the current recipient. With your help we can significantly increase that amount for future recipients.

Those of you who knew John, come join us in remembering him and his music...Those of you who didn't know him, come join our celebration of remembrance, enjoy an incredible jam, and help us help other aspiring musicians to realize their dreams.