Jack City Blues Band is an AWARD-WINNING, powerhouse rockin' blues
band that moves and grooves with a smokin' guitar and solid rhythm section.
They are known for their energetic live shows, combining high-energy blues,
jump blues, rock and swing. The result is uplifting, feel-good music that
comes from the heart and gets people to their feet.
The Jack City Blues Band has the honor of being one of San Diego's MOST
AWARD-WINNING bands, collecting awards at the local, state and national
levels. Once known as the popular country/blues band Grand Central Station,
the band competed with 42 states, winning Band of the Year honors for the
Country Music Associations of America at an awards ceremony held in Las
On October 2, 2011, two members of the Jack City Blues Band were inducted
into the Western Swing HALL OF FAME. They were recognized for their
musicianship through performance careers at a formal awards ceremony held in
The Jack City Blues Band attracted the attention of Creedence Clearwater
producer Russ Gary, who is also the musical producer of several television
sitcoms. This meeting led to an original recording project at the House of
Blues Studios in Los Angeles where hit albums from such artists as Stevie
Ray Vaughan, Keb 'Mo, The Wallflowers, among many others, have been
National acts that the Jack City Blues Band has opened for include the
Marshall Tucker Band, Asleep At The Wheel, Steve Earl, Juice Newton and
more. They have also appeared in live television broadcasts and infomercials
and also live radio broadcasts. Their original songs have received airplay
in the United States as well as Europe.
The Jack City Blues Band members include Jack Naughton on lead guitar and
vocals, Sandy Naughton on Bass and vocals, and Dave Swinington on Drums and
To fully experience the Jack City Blues Band you must see them live
exhibiting their talents. Their desire is to touch people's lives and make
them happy through their music...........and they do just that!
Like the man said, "If you don't know the blues, then you don't know Jack!"