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John Jones

John Jones’ like of music started early: besides getting given an archive player and a collection of aged 45s when he was three, the noises from the Beatles, Fleetwood Macintosh, and Rufus & Chaka Khan were common around his youth home, thanks to his mom. She inspired his curiosity about music, which resulted in John learning piano at age group nine and carrying on for a decade. Classically schooled but a enthusiast of pop, John uncovered jazz and R&B in senior high school, which helped form the vocalist/songwriter he’s today. Blessed in Chicago and presently surviving in Seattle, John continues busy marketing his demonstration to brands and organizations, and cites Anita Baker, George Michael, and Carly Simon as principal affects. ~ John Jones DESERT Isle LIST 1. Anita Baker, “Rapture” 2. Carly Simon, “Guys in the Trees and shrubs” 3. The Beatles, “The Light Recording” 4. Sheryl Crow, “THE WORLD Classes” 5. Incognito, “Positivity” 6. Julie London, “Julie in the home” 7. Sarah Vaughan, “Vaughan and Violins” 8. Holly Cole, “Enticement” 9. Mica Paris, “Dark Angel” 10. Joni Mitchell, “Hejira” 11. Amy Give, “Behind the Eye” 12. Carole Ruler, “Tapestry”

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