The Chicago-based, country-pop band Jump ‘n the Saddle earned their footnote in the history of pop music history if they scored popular with “The Curley Shuffle.” Led by vocalist Peter Quinn, the group was curved out by guitarists T.C. Furlong and Barney Schwartz, saxophonist Tom “Sneakers” Trinka, bassist Affluent Gorley, and drummer Vincent Dee. It had been Quinn who had written the tongue-in-cheek tribute towards the Three Stooges. The music became an area strike in 1983 and, by early 1984, “The Curley Shuffle” have been re-released by Atlantic Information and climbed to quantity 15 nationally. Remaining accurate to the profession arcs of all works whose notoriety was because of a novelty, “The Curley Shuffle” was Leap ‘n the Saddle’s quarter-hour in the limelight and they quickly fell from the radar. The group was still executing locally nearly twenty years after their clean with popularity, with Quinn also an associate of Chicago blues music group Neglect Towne & the Greyhounds.