Junkyard Saints

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JUNKYARD SAINTS is a Baltimore-based band performing its own brand of roots party music, blending New Orleans R&B, Zydeco, Latin, Ska, Jump Blues and Mardi Gras Funk.

The band has performed with such notables as Buckwheat Zydeco, The Iguanas, Wayne Toups and Big Jack Johnson, and has appeared at clubs such as Twist and Shout, 8x10, Bohager's, Roots' Cafe and Cat's Eye Pub.

The group appeared at the 1999 and 2000 Cajun Crawfish Festival in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with Beausoleil, Boozoo Chavis and Geno Delafose. and has performed at Baltimore's Inner Harbor both for its Summer Concert Series and New Year's 1997, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's 1997 Gala, the 1997 Cross Street Fun Festival, American Visionary Art Museum's July 4 Bash 1997 and 1998, Radio from Downtown in 1999, on WRNR 103.1 FM and most recently, at First Night Annapolis 2001.

In May, 1999, Junkyard Saints appeared at the Cajun Crawfish Festival in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with Beausoleil, Boozoo Chavis and Geno Delafose. They have performed at Baltimore's Inner Harbor both for its Summer Concert Series and New Year's 1997, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's 1997 Gala, City Paper's Best of Baltimore 1996, the grand opening of The Columbus Center, The Baltimore Book Festival 1997, The 1997 Cross Street Fun Festival, The Fells Point Festival, The Johns Hopkins University Spring Fair, American Visionary Art Museum's July 4 Bash 1997 and 1998, and Center Stage.