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-Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts Are:
  • Jerry Hofmann (Johnny Limbo) Vocals, Trumpet
  • Lance Parsons
    Vocals, Trumpet, Trombone
  • Matt Kenney
    Vocals, Bass Guitar
  • Rouke vanDerVeen
    Vocals, Lead Guitar
  • Barbara Cecil
    Vocals
  • Scott Johnston
    Saxophone
  • Jon Lemon
    Vocals, Keyboards
  • Jim Parker
    Drums

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Starting as a party gag in 1978, Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts have become one of the most popular bands to perform the classic oldies hits. The Lugnut's fame has spread beyond the Pacific Northwest, dazzling audiences from Washington State to Washington, D.C. Their performances have been enthusiastically received at corporate parties, civic celebrations, fairs, fund raisers, concert halls, conventions and televised events.


The long list of annual return engagements is testament to the fact that Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts is "Can't miss" entertainment and a hit with all ages...from kids to grandparents.


Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts have shared the stage with many national acts including Chuck Berry, Chubby Checker, the Righteous Brothers, the Mamas and the Papas, Three Dog Night, Jan and Dean, Johnny Rivers, Rick Nelson, The Ventures, and Paul Revere and the Raiders. They toured the Far East with stops in Japan, Korea, and the Philippines. The Lugnut's played for the Oakland A's at the opening game and were invited by NIKE to perform for a special party at the close of the Los Angeles Olympics. Each year the list continues to grow.


Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts emphasize showmanship, creating a never-ending energy on stage. The electricity generated by this sight and sound experience results in packed dance floors at every performance. Ask anyone who has experienced Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts and they'll tell you..."Rock and Roll will never die and the Lugnuts are the reason why"