Jo Jones

Jo Jones (October 7, 1911 – September 3, 1985) was one of the most influential drummers in the history of jazz. Known as Papa Jo Jones in his later years, he was sometimes confused with another influential jazz drummer, Philly Joe Jones. The two died only a few days apart. Born as Jonathan David Samuel Jones in Chicago, Illinois, he moved t… Read More

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Stations With Jo Jones

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