Louis (Blues Boy) Jones – Rock & Roll Bells (1956)


LOUIS “BLUES BOY” JONES – a native of Galveston, Texas was a remarkable and extremely talented musician from the early 1950’s and 1960’s.

Notable achievements of this singer, songwriter, pianist & drummer include becoming the lead singer of the Bobby Scott Orchestra, recording a song for a major motion picture, working with the late Ray Charles and traveling & performing with B.B. King.

Jones also sang backup with various blues & gospel acts on labels such as Peacock records, Sabra records (both in Houston, TX at the time) & Decca records in New York.

Movie work included the song, “The Birds Is Coming” for the Alfred Hitchcock thriller, “The Birds” from 1963.


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  1. Ronnie Rocket, my friend. I thank you for caring and supporting my father, the legendary Louis Blues Boy Jones! This has been an amazing journey for all of us traveling down memory lane of a blues legend’s life from Galveston Texas. In October 2007, after discovering information about him over the Internet. I had a vision and I believed that one day, I was going to write a book about my Dad’s life and hope someone will make a movie. March 13, 2015, The Re-Introduction of a Blues Legend was released. Sill dreaming BIG about a movie or documentary on Blues Boy Jones!. Thanking all of his wonderful supporters around the globe!

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