Janie Jones was a famous madam in London in the 1970s. She had been a pop singer in the 1960s, her best results coming from the cackling novelty number "Witches Brew" which peaked at number 46 in the UK charts . The cabaret singer was imprisoned in 1973 for her involvement in 'controlling prostitutes'.
She is the subject of a song by the Clash called "Janie Jones", which was released in 1977 on the band's eponymous debut album.
In 1982, Jones… read more
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