2002

Data for 3rd Annual Jam Missing

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Feb 24th, 2001, from 5pm to just after Midnight at The Sundown Tavern in Ruston, LA

Musicians from/or the following Bands are scheduled to appear: Roadhouse Disciples (John's Band), Kenny Bill Stinson, Udder Confusion, Kitchen Pass Band, Johnny O'neal, Monty Russell & the Hardcore Troubadours, Little Stevie, members of Howard Shaft, Deeper Shade of Blues, Blues Legacy, Mike O, Boogieman, Little Stevie & Friends, Joe Nadeau, Lightnin' Bugs, Scott Tisdale Project, Lost Hi-way, Rodney Cannon, Dr. Speed, B.B. Wolf, Paul Fes, Jennifer Beaver, Rosemaryz Baby and MANY MANY more!

Musicians are coming from Austin, Alabama, Arkansas and all across Louisiana to celebrate the music that was John's Life and to raise money for the John Simoneaux Memorial Scholarship Fund at Louisiana Tech!

T-shirts were available for a $15.00 donation and lists some of our sponsors

As of right now, those donating to the silent auction are; Brass Eagle, Inc., Lewis & Co., Great Divide, Cucos of Ruston, Quizno's Subs, Rabb's, PG Guitars, Paige's Hair Products, National Jewlery, and waiting to hear back from many more. Hopefully we will be adding to the list all the way to showtime!

(1st) Memorial Jam

Feb 12th, 2000, from 5pm to just after Midnight at The Sundown Tavern in Ruston, LA...

Musicians from/or the following Bands came to honor our fallen brother: Roadhouse Disciples (John's Band), Kitchen Pass Band, Southpaw, Soul Connection, Blues Deville, Simplemen, Lightning Bugs, Tommy's House Band, Phoenix Rising, Joe Nadeau Band, Blue Monday, Blues Legacy, Deeper Shade of Blues, Dorothy Prime, Denny Taylor, Brandon Harvey, Monte Russell, Paul Fess, Mike Cassard, Nathan Woods, Rob Thomas and MANY MANY more!

Musicians Came from Austin, Alabama and all across Louisiana to celebrate the music that was John's Life and say goodbye with his friends in a way that he would appreciate!


We would like to thank the following people for contributing to the Memorial Jam