Jonah Jones & His All Celebrities had two mil offering singles, “On THE ROAD YOUR GEOGRAPHICAL AREA” and “Baubles, Bangles and Beads.” Given birth to Robert Ellis Jones on Dec 31, 1909 in Louisville, Kentucky, Jonah Jones performed chapel music on trumpet as a young child at his community community center. Finding Louis Armstrong delivered the youthful musician’s musical muse in a complete new path. He began carrying out around Louisville in a variety of bands before becoming employed by bandleader Horace Henderson in 1928. Four years later on, he became a member of violinist Stuff Smith’s group. Pursuing stints with Jimmy Lunceford, Fletcher Henderson, Louis Armstrong’s wife Lil Armstrong, Dick Stabile and Benny Carter, Jones became a member of Cab Calloway’s music group in 1941, sticking to the star most widely known for “Minnie The Moocher” as well as the 1980 Blues Brothers film for over ten years. A house video of their overall performance premiered through Music Video Marketers, Cab Calloway and Orchestra 9 1935-1950. In the first ’50s, pianist Joe Bushkin asked him to sub for him at NY jazz membership, The Embers. The gig resulted in to the 1958 RCA Information LP, ON THE Embers. Jones distributed the established with George Rhodes, Harold Austin and John Browne. He earned a Grammy for his LP, I Drill down Girls. At age 91, Jonah Jones passed away in NY on Apr 30, 2000.