Here is a look at some of the groups that led the jug band revival
in the early 1960s. These groups provide a direct link back to
jug bands from the 1920s like The Memphis Jug Band and Cannon's Jug
Maria married Geoff and went on to a successful solo career under her married name (Maria Muldaur), fiddle virtuoso Richard Greene joined Blues Project and then Seatrain, Mel Lyman formed his own authoritarian religion and Kweskin became one of his converts.
Kweskin recorded Over Seas Stomp (also know as The Lindy and The Lindberg Hop), Minglewood and Viola Lee Blues. Most of their albums are out of print and some are rather hard to find. Here is a brief discography.
Maria D'Amato (Muldaur) has the destinction of being in both Kweskin's band and the Even Dozen; Stefan Grossman was a student of Reverend Gary Davis and fine acoustic blues guitarist; and of course, John Sebastian went on to form the Lovin' Spoonful. David Grisman may have also been a member of the Even Dozen Jug Band, or at least played on these recordings.
The Even Dozen Jug Band recorded Over Seas Stomp and On The Road Again. Here is a list of recordings.
The Lovin' Spoonful
Probably the most popular of the early 1960s groups playing jug band music. I just noticed that on their first album, entitled Do You Believe In Magic?, is a song called On The Road Again. I'm not sure if this is the same song, but it seems reasonable to assume so.
I'm looking for a copy of this album.