Patrick Stanfield Jones

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Patrick Stanfield Jones
Genres Country rock, Rockabilly, Jazz, Blues
Occupation(s) singer, songwriter, musician, actor
Instruments guitar
Years active 19??–present
Labels Motéma Music
Associated acts Koko Jones
Jana Herzen
Dalton Alumni Chorale
Charles McPherson Jr.
The Gents
Danny Zoll
Sylvester Brothers
Charles McPherson Jr.

Jason Downs
Mike Corbin

Patrick Stanfield Jones is a musician, producer, arranger, and singer-songwriter whose music is a mix of rock, jazz, Folk, and blues. He is a brother of jazz percussionist Koko Jones, and they have performed and recorded together. He has worked with Isley, Jasper, Isley and Whitney Houston. He has been a member of the touring casts of Jesus Christ Superstar and Oh, Calcutta!. He has performed the music of Ned Rorem's song cycle 'Song's of Sadness', and 'Romeo and Juliet' at Merkin recital hall in Manhattan on April 24, 2005 . He has performed on more than 20 albums. His solo CDs include A Heart and an Open Road (Motéma Music, 2011), Pat Jones Band (1995), and the EP, Mystery Prize (2004). He has been compared to Carl Perkins, but with a more modern sensibility.[1]



  1. ^ Michael Pascua. "Music Review: Patrick Stanfield Jones - A Heart and an Open Road." Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 26, 2011.

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