Jo Jo Gunne was a rock and roll group formed in LA in 1971 by Jay Ferguson (b. Might 10, 1947; Burbank, CA) (keyboards, vocals) and Tag Andes (b. Feb 19, 1948; Philadelphia) (bass, vocals) once they still left Spirit. They added Mark’s sibling Matt Andes (b. California) (electric guitar, vocals) and Curley Smith (b. January 31, 1952; Wolf Stage, MT) (drums) to accomplish the lineup, authorized to Asylum Information, and produced a self-titled debut recording containing the very best 40 strike “Run, Run, Work,” and Mark Andes remaining the music group and was changed by Jimmy Randall (b. Feb 14, 1949, Dallas). (Andes continued to be always a person in Firefall and Center.) The group continuing for three even more albums with an increase of personnel adjustments, but didn’t maintain the industrial momentum of its debut and split up in 1975. Ferguson offers made single albums and obtained movies.
|1||Formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1971.|
|2||Members have included Jay Ferguson, Mark Andes, Matt Andes, William "Curly" Smith, Jimmie Randall, Star Donaldson.|
|Outside Providence||1999||performer: "Run, Run, Run"|
|Rock Concert||1974||TV Series||Themselves|
|New American Bandstand 1965||1972||TV Series||Themselves|
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