Among the definitive jug rings from the ’20s and early ’30s, this seminal group was made up of Can Shade, Can Weldon, Hattie Hart, Charlie Polk, Walter Horton, among others, in a variety of configurations. Guitarist/harpist Will Color shaped the Memphis Jug Music group within the Beale Road portion of Memphis within the middle-’20s. A couple of years after their development, Shade authorized a agreement with Victor Information in 1927. On the following seven years, Color as well as the Memphis Jug Music group recorded almost 60 tracks for the record label. During this time period, several musicians approved through the group, including Big Walter Horton, Furry Lewis, and Casey Expenses Weldon. Throughout all the different lineup incarnations, Color provided path for the group. The Memphis Jug Music group performed a freewheeling combination of blues, ragtime, vaudeville, folk, and jazz, that was all shipped with good-time laughter. That loose nature held the group and its own records popular through the entire early ’30s. Even though group’s recognition dipped sharply within the middle-’30s, Will Color continued to business lead the group in a variety of incarnations until his loss of life in 1966.