A Denver area Tribute Band interpreting the music of the Grateful Dead

JUBA JUBA! has played at The Mishawaka Amphitheater, Bellvue, CO, The Little Bear and Cactus Jack’s in Evergreen, CO, Western Botanical Gardens and Bone Yard Brewery, Grand Junction, CO, The Stage Stop, Rollinsville, CO, The Sand Box in Vail, CO, Buffalo Boyd's, The Stage Coach, the Tailgate, and The War Horse in Parker, CO, The Black Nugget in Carbondale, CO, Main Street Concert Series, Los Alamos, NM, Edgewater Concerts In The Park, Memorial Park, Edgewater, CO, Longmont Library Summer Concert Series, Longmont, CO, The Goat Tavern, Keystone, CO, Fly Me To The Moon, Telluride, CO, Sherbino Theater, Ridgway, CO, Red Fish Brew Pub, Connor O’Neils, and Lazy Dog Lounge, Boulder, CO, Greenfield’s Sports Bar, Lakewood, CO, Dulcinea’s and The Moon Time Bar, Denver, CO, Jamestown Mercantile, Jamestown, CO, Andolini’s Sports Bar, Golden, CO and the Yagatta Regatta Battle of The Bands, Glenwood Springs, CO.  JUBA JUBA! was awarded an acoustic guitar as prize for 1st runner up at the Yagatta Regatta and donated the guitar to a military unit stationed in Iraq. You can hear JUBA JUBA! as part of the play list on KRFC. KRFC, RadioFreeColorado, is the number 1 rated "lo-fi" freeform broadcast on Live365.com, the world's largest internet radio network.

Steve LaZar: Guitars, & Vocals
Steve played in a number of popular local Denver bands including Radio Blue, Unifari Band, Jamaican Eclipse, Hollow Bones, Pangea, and Ship of Fools. Steve has been on the same bill with Big Head Todd and The Monsters, Dark Star Orchestra, Third World, Leftover Salmon, and G.E. Smith. His bands have included such notable musicians as Kevin Rosen (Dark Star Orchestra), Kofi Baker (Son's of Cream, OHM), and Malcolm Bruce (Son's of Cream). Steve also plays with Hollow Bones, and Jamaican Eclipse.

Haven McInerney: Guitars & Vocals
Originally from New York, Haven began performing in Chicago, playing Blues, Motown, and Rock and Roll. In college, he played with "Stephen's Answer," performing the music of "The Grateful Dead."   Haven has also played with "The Associates" (Motown), Baggs Patrick's "Spud Potato Band" (original novelty Rock), "Wigamazoot" (an original Jam band), "The Zoids" (original space Rock), "Cocktail Crap" (Jazz standards), "Me From Atom",  (original Pop Rock band), Ship of Fools (performing music of the Grateful Dead)  and many others.

His influences include The Grateful Dead, Van Morrison, Mark Knopfler, and Thelonious Monk.  Haven has played on stage with Chicago Blues legend Buddy Guy, and opened for Matt "Guitar" Murphy of the "Blues Brothers."  Haven is a songwriter and also a composer of New Age music and various sonic experiments. He recently composed music for the soundtrack to the documentary film, "Ripple's Cross." Thanks to his twin brother, Paul (and Uncle Thomas), he was introduced to the special music of The Grateful Dead long ago and considers it his favorite.

David Farley: Electric Bass
David is a Colorado native who likes to play a variety of different styles of music ranging from classical period pieces on the piano to psychedelic rock on the bass guitar. David has primarily worked in the Denver metropolitan area but has also done a good amount of "road work" throughout the Rocky Mountain region.
Joel Roberts: Keyboards
Joel has played with Charlie Daniels, members of the Marshal Tucker band, Question Mark And The Mysterians, Jim Ross (The Jaggerz) and appeared on the Nashville Network "You Can Be A Star" show. He toured, nationally, with Baywolf for two years.
Ian Bodley Ian Bodley: Drums

Ian T. Bodley, from Boulder Colorado, was initially influenced in the 70’s by the driving beat of Southern rock.  Drummers like Paul Riddle of Marshall Tucker, Butch Trucks of The Allman’s, and Fred Edwards of The CDB were integral in driving his percussive passions. Jazz, gospel, and blues were also fundamental in the mix.  Ian has had the opportunity to play with a few prominent names, Chris Hillman of Bird’s fame, vocalist Chris Youlden of Savoy Brown, actor / musician Buck Taylor, and the legendary blues harp artist Norton Buffalo.  He has collaborated with T-Ray Becker of “Black pearl” out of Aspen on several different bands and projects and has worked for many years with Mr. Greg Baker (and sometimes with brother Tim) of “The Fabulous Baker Boys”. Ian is presently collaborating with exceptional guitarist and vocalist Dave Wilson, whose resume includes Prince, Janet Jackson, Elvin Bishop, and the late Freddie Fender.  Decades later and a lot of dues paid, Ian has not departed from his early roots and musical values. He say’s “Juba Juba” is a perfect fit for him. “This band cooks, and strives for excellence like few I have ever played with!”