Duke Jupiter

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Duke Jupiter is an American rock band which originated in Rochester, New York. They were active in the 1970s and 1980s on Mercury Records, CBS Records, and the Motown subsidiary Morocco Records and Powerglide Records. They are best known for their hit single I'll Drink to You.

After the release of their first album Sweet Cheeks in 1978, Duke started touring with national acts, including, ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughan, David Bowie, Bob Seger, Robert Palmer, B. B. King, Toto, Sea Level, Huey Lewis and the News, REO Speedwagon, Foreigner, Blue Öyster Cult, The Charlie Daniels Band, Outlaws and John Lee Hooker.

Duke Jupiter played a farewell concert in their hometown of Rochester in 1986. This ended a 13-year career for the band.

Original Band members[edit]

  • Marshall Styler - Lead vocals, keyboards
  • Greg Walker - Lead vocals, Guitar
  • Don Maracle - Guitar
  • George Barajas - Bass guitar
  • Earl Jetty - Drums

1980 to present Band members[edit]

  • Marshall Styler - Lead vocals, keyboards
  • Greg Walker - Lead vocals, Guitar
  • Rickey Ellis - Bass guitar
  • Dave Corcoran - Drums

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "I'll Drink to You" (1982) #58 US
  • "Little Lady" (1984) #68 US
  • "Rescue Me" (1984) #101 US

Albums[edit]

  • Sweet Cheeks (1978)
  • Taste the Night (1979)
  • Band in Blue (1980)
  • Begin Again - Collector's Edition (1980)
  • Duke Jupiter 1 (1982) #204 US
  • You Make it Look Easy (1983)
  • White Knuckle Ride (1984) #122 US
  • Line of Your Fire (1985)

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