Coley Jones (circa 1880s – 1930s) was an American country blues mandolin player popular in Dallas, Texas in the 1920s. Much of Jones's background, such as residency, date of birth and death, are obscured, but he is best remembered for leading and recording with The Dallas String Band, with their most known song being the traditional Irish folk tune, "Drunkard's Special".
Jones was born sometime in the late-1880s, in Texas, and was associated with music at an early age, first with… read more
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