Long named among the Chicago circuit’s premier drummers, charismatic Casey Jones has moved away before his band during the last 10 years rather than hiding in back of his package. Casey found that defeating his way with the globe was fun while drilling along with his senior high school marching music group back Greenville. He shifted to Chicago in 1956. Prior to the end of the entire year, he was drumming appropriately with an clothing known as Otis Luke & the Tempo Bombers (for an impressive five dollars a night time). One auspicious 1959 night time, Jones was pressured to sing live for the very first time once the pianist leading his music group was tossed in prison. He discovered screaming like Small Richard was fairly enjoyable as well. Early ’60s program function behind Earl Hooker, A.C. Reed, McKinley Mitchell, and Muddy Waters (1962’s “YOU WILL NEED Love”) held Jones occupied, as do playing on the South and Western sides with famous brands Otis Hurry and Freddy Ruler. His profile increased markedly in 1978 when he slid in to the drum seat with Albert Collins’s hand-picked combo, the Icebreakers. His impeccable timekeeping driven the music group for six-and-a-half years, and he performed on Collins’s initial six Alligator albums (notably Glaciers Pickin’ as well as the ’85 summit conference Showdown! with Robert Cray and Johnny Copeland). Casey Jones continues to be holding down Weekend evenings at Chicago’s well-known Kingston Mines nightclub for pretty much ten years — an interval that’s noticed his very own discography grow progressively. 1987’s Solid Blue for Rooster Blues preceded the forming of his very own label, Airwax Information (way to obtain his last few CDs, including 1993’s The Audience Pleaser and [I-94] On My Method to Chicago in 1995).