Biography

Born:
1966 in Dallas, TX


BIOGRAPHY

The son of Dallas-based R&B guitarist John Jones, Tutu Jones was truly a product of his environment — growing up in a house frequently populated by guests including Freddie King, Little Joe Blue and Ernie Johnson, his own future as a bluesman was never in doubt. Born John Jones Jr. on September 9, 1966, he became a professional drummer while still a teen, backing his uncles Curly “Barefoot” Miller and L.C. Clark before moving on to work with the likes of Z.Z. Hill and R.L. Burnside. At the same time, however, Jones was also honing his guitar and songwriting skills, and eventually began fronting bands of his own; he cut his solo debut I’m for Real in 1994, followed by Blue Texas Soul in 1996. Two years later, he released Staying Power. ~ Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide

Source: http://free-music-downloads.ws/en/Artists/Tutu_Jones.47798/

Edited by MonkeySalad on 22 Aug 2008, 23:18

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