Ruth Ungar is a singer/songwriter who grew up in the folk music world, went to college for acting, and eventually became a touring musician. She currently sings and plays fiddle, uke, and guitar in multiple bands, including The Mammals, Sometimes Why, and Wayfaring Strangers. She is best known for her emotive, multi-styled voice with which she makes the old sound new and the new sound old. This solo CD was recorded in 2000 and released in 2002. Each song on 'Jukebox' is an individually crafted piece. Moody grooves that range from country and swing to modern pop provide the backdrop for some truly powerful singing. Musicians on this CD include: Jay Ungar, Molly Mason, Michael Merenda, Sam Broussard, and Horace Trahan.