Jeb Rault started playing professionally in the New Orleans club scene at age 17. He began with his band at the time, 'Speakeasy', at Jimmy's Club, and then moved on to playing Carrollton Station, Muddy Water's and Tipitina's. Making a name for himself on the local New Orleans music scene as an exciting guitarist in the Blues/Rock style, he formed Jeb Rault Band in 1996, and in 1997, recorded his debut CD Yin Yang From The Mire. The band went on to open for such notables as Ted Nugent, Jeff Healey, and The Fabulous Thunderbirds, regularly playing the New Orleans music scene as well as in the Southeast of the USA.
Rault began to also play guitar in various acts such as JD and the Jammers, Big Al and the Heavyweights, and has been honored to play with Art Neville, Dr John, and Al 'Carnival Time' Johnson over the years. In 2012, Jeb Rault Band released 'Sweet Dancer' and at that time, Rault was hired by New Orleans Country singer Kim Carson who had him as sole guitarist on her European tours in 2013 and 2014.
Since 2015, Jeb Rault Band has made tours of Germany, Switzerland and Spain, and also continues to play in the USA. The band is working on their third original album, recording in Switzerland for a planned 2019 release.