James Jones (June 2, 1937 – August 2, 2012) was an American singer- songwriter who moved to New York City while a teenager. According to Allmusic journalist Steve Huey, "best known for his 1960 R&B smash, 'Handy Man,' Jones sang in a smooth yet soulful falsetto modeled on the likes of Clyde McPhatter and Sam ...
Jimmy Jones may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Sports. 1.1 Association football; 1.2 Gridiron football; 1.3 Other sports. 2 Other people; 3 See also. Sports. Association football. Jimmy Jones (footballer, born 1876), English football player for Stoke; Jimmy Jones (footballer, born 1889), English football player for ...
James Henry Jones was an American jazz pianist and arranger. Contents. [hide]. 1 Biography; 2 Discography. 2.1 As leader; 2.2 As sideman; 2.3 As arranger. Biography. As a child, Jones learned guitar and piano. He worked in various orchestras in Chicago from 1936 and played in a trio with Stuff Smith in 1943–45.
Career: 43-39, 4.46 ERA, 376 SO, P, Padres/Astros/... 1986-1993, t:R, born in TX 1964.
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Jimmy "Handyman" Jones is an afro-american soul singer and songwriter who moved to New York City while a teenager. In 1954 he joined his first doo wop group, the Berliners, who soon changed their name to the Sparks of Rhythm. He formed one year later his own group, the Savoys. They recorded for Savoy Records in ...