John “Juke” Logan, a legendary blues harmonica player, suffered from his third round of esophageal cancer after an extraordinary career as a musician. If you ever watched the "Roseanne" or "Home Improvement" sitcoms, or movies like Crossroads, La Bamba or others, you have heard Juke.
In 2013, he chose the American Institute for Cancer Research as the beneficiary of a concert being held in his honor in Los Angeles, CA. The concert was held on April 14th at 5pm at CafÚ Fais Do Do and was streamed live for $10 per ticket. The concert can be viewed live here: http://www.aicr.org/links/www-ustream-tv-channel-john-juke-logan-fundraiser.html
You can learn more about Juke on his facebook page here: http://www.aicr.org/links/www-facebook-com-JohnJukeLogan.html
Please consider making a contribution and leaving a few kind words in memory of Juke. With your donation today, AICR can continue to fund promising and innovative cancer research that will change the lives of those touched by cancer.
John Farrell Logan got his nickname by playing Little Walter's harmonica-instrumental gem, "Juke," incessantly. Rockin', multi-media-style, in the music world for over 3 decades, Juke's worked with countless major recording artists and musical trendsetters, such as Ry Cooder, Albert Collins, Leon Russell, & Los Lobos. Like attracts like.
Mocombo Records is Juke's record label.
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