Meet the Band

Meet the Band

Amber Horsley - Vocal
Amber Horsley is a native of Hollywood, California and relocated to
Austin in October 2009. She grew up with a great love and passion for
music and singing that was promoted by her parents early on. Her
Father, Lee, was a huge inspiration for her love of country music and
also partly inspired her move to Texas. Amber pursued an education in
Vocal Performance in college and started her performance career on the
karaoke stage. She hosted and sang weekly all over Los Angeles and
began to sing the National Anthem for sporting events and 4th of July
concerts every year. Amber quickly broke into Austin’s amazing world
of live music and has now become a leading female vocalist for
multiple acts in town... her powerhouse vocals, energy, and booming
personality on stage are the perfect combination for the unstoppable
fun you will experience with Juice The Band!
CJ Edwards - Vocal
Known by some of his peers as South Austin's 'Prince of Soul' CJ Edwards has been working on his musical craft since the early age of 5. Son of a minister and junior high school English teacher he learned at an early age the art of performing and rhetoric. He has toured nationwide with the a capella vocal ensemble "Testimony". In 2006, he became a founding member of 'Diasporic' a multi-genre underground hit in the state of Texas and continues to record and perform with numerous Hip-Hop artist. He has had the blessing of opening up for a wide range legends such as: Parliment Funkadelic, Cyril Neville, Sun Ra Arkestra, Devin the Dude, Scarface, Wu Tang Clan, Norah Jones, Tone, Loc and many others. Also, he has performed on many stages including ACL in 2008 as the vocalist for Bavu Blakes. As a new member in Sauce/Juice CJ intends to bring authentic soul power to this already powerful collection of artist.
Jackson Blacklock - Vocal
Jackson Blacklock began his musical training at seven under Nina Mavrinac in the Suzuki school as a violist. He stated vocal training in elementary school. He was a finalist in the Texas Boys choir at age eight. Jackson has been in jazz choirs, show choirs, madrigal choral groups, classical chorales and an internationally touring a capella group Schrodinger's Cat. He holds a music degree in vocal performance as a counter tenor where he studied under Dr. Bruce Douglas. Jackson also has a commercial music concentration in audio engineering under Francis Preve's tutelage. He has written, directed and performed in many theater, TV and film productions. When Jackson isn't playing with Juice, he plays with Sauce The Band.
Greg Williams - Saxophone
Greg Williams studied Jazz Studies for Saxophone Performance at Indiana University before heading to Orlando, Florida to perform on some the biggest stages at both Disney and Universal Studios. Performing has taken him to all corners of the USA, Canada, Mexico, Columbia, the Caribbean and Brazil. While residing in Austin, Greg freelances on both saxophone and guitar, leads a handful of bands, buys talent for regional music programs and is a rising star in the music biz… you'll recognize him in Juice as the one smiling from ear to ear!
Mike Sailors - Trumpet
Trumpeter, bandleader, composer and arranger Michael Sailors, originally from Charleston S.C., has toured the U.S., Europe and Japan. In 2004, he was selected as one of 5 finalists in the National Jazz Trumpet Competition to perform in Washington, D.C and in 2009 he was hired by Mack Avenue records in Detroit, MI to serve as lead arranger and musical director of “The Donald Byrd” project featuring Sean Jones which was premiered at the Detroit International Jazz Festival to rave reviews. He has also worked with The Four Tops, The Temptations, Michael Feinstein, Steve Lippia, Regent Cruise Lines, as well as jazz greats Gerald Wilson, Frankie Manning, Sean Jones, Tia Fuller, Jon Hendricks, McCoy Tyner, Jon Faddis, Rodney Whitaker and many others.
Since moving to Austin in August of 2010, Michael has quickly become one of the cities first call trumpet players, frequently sharing the stage with Dale Watson, John Mills Times Ten, the Austin Symphony Big Band, The Bakers Dozen Big Band, Beto y Los Fairlanes, Sara Hickman, The Vintage 15 Orchestra, Sauce and Juice along with playing on numerous recording sessions for television and radio commercials. Check out more at
Paul Deemer - Trombone
After receiving his Bachelors degree in Performance from the University of Arizona, Paul went on to earn his Masters Degree in Studio Performance and Jazz at the renowned Frost School of Music in Miami, Florida. He was a member of the Down Beat award winning Frost Concert Jazz and Salsa Bands for both years of his masters and was a member of the Frost Jazz Sextet, the flagship jazz combo of the music school. While at the University of Miami, Paul studied under professors Dante Luciani, Chuck Bergeron, Greg Gisbert, Jason Carder, and Whit Sidener. Paul was also a member of the prestigious Mancini Institute Orchestra, under the direction of the Dean of the Frost School of Music, Shelton Berg. After competing in the J.J. Johnson competition in Austin, Texas in 2010, Paul moved to the Texas capital city and can be seen playing with the groups Sauce, Dahebegebees, Dave Madden, and Leah and the Moonlighters among many others in the area. Paul is also a current member of the award winning Texas jazz trombone group Jazz Bonez, and can be seen performing at the elephant room regularly.
Scott Clark - Guitar
Scotty started working in the Atlanta music scene at fourteen and eventually landed spots in several of the area's premier musical acts. After moving to Texas he spent some time in the jazz studies program at the University of North Texas. Eventually playing with such diverse artists and bands as The 1099s, Dr. Teeth, DaHeBeGeBeeS, Grooveline Horns (Jason Mraz, Blues Traveler), Greg Hester, Darius Holbert (Everlast, Sofie B. Hawkins), Rachel Loy, Dave Madden, Malene Mortensen, Mingo Fishtrap, John Pointer, Radiostar, Sauce The Band, Rick Trevino, Jimi Tunnell (Steps Ahead, Laurie Anderson), Troy Werner, Ryan Young and many others. I'm currently based out of Austin and always looking for new challenges and interesting projects.
Len Sweatman - Keys
Len was born in La Grange, TX in the back seat of a ’37 Ford Coupe to the respected, and locally famous Miss Bobby Jo Monroe. Raised by Miss Mona Brown and the Darling Sisters at the Fayetteville Bed & Breakfast House & Kitchen, he quickly grew fond of pancakes and the old Baldwin upright in corner of the front room. From age 9, he would entertain the many guests, visitors, and transients. He later joined groups with Texas guitar legend Sanjovi, the Chucks, and the infamous Brotha Magnum, which led to a fabulously successful career of tailgate BBQ's, bar mitzvahs, and Circle K Food Mart openings.Juice The Band
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