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Rob Jungklas

Rob Jungklas

Rob Jungklas


Rob Jungklas is an Memphis, Tennessee-based musician, singer and songwriter. http://robjungklas.com/ Jungklas worked in the Memphis-based music circuit for 15 years before signing a deal with Manhattan Records and releasing the album Closer to the Flame in 1986. The album contained the minor hit "Make It Mean Something" which reached #86 on the Billboard Hot 100. Another song, "Boystown," had a video directed by Godley & Creme (in the same rapid-jump-cut style of their video for Wang Chung's "Everybody Have Fun Tonight"). Read more on Last.fm
Rob Jungklas is an Memphis, Tennessee-based musician, singer and songwriter. http://robjungklas.com/ Jungklas worked in the Memphis-based music circuit for 15 years before signing a deal with Manhattan Records and releasing the album Closer to the Flame in 1986. The album contained the minor hit "Make It Mean Something" which reached #86 on the Billboard Hot 100. Another song, "Boystown," had a video directed by Godley & Creme (in the same rapid-jump-cut style of their video for Wang Chung's "Everybody Have Fun Tonight").

"Hello Heaven," another song on the album, appeared on the soundtrack of the 1987 movie The Principal. Jungklas recorded a second album that was not released; he then moved to RCA Records, where his album Work Songs for a New Moon was released in 1989. The album was not a commercial success, and he left the label. Jungklas then left the music business; he married, earned a college degree and got a job teaching English and science at the Hutchison School in Memphis. He moved to work at St.

Georges Collierville working as a 7th grade science teacher. Jungklas began playing music again in 2001, and released the album Arkadelphia in 2003 on Memphis-based label Madjack Records. Its blues-based sound was a major departure from his rock-oriented 1980s releases. Jungklas played several shows opening for Lucinda Williams in support of the album.

Jungklas released another blues-based album, Gully, in 2007. In August 2010, he released Mapping the Wreckage. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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