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Jeff Jones (musician)

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Birth name  Jeffrey Robin Jones
Name  Jeff Jones
Years active  1968-present

Instruments  Bass guitar, vocals
Role  Musician ยท
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Born  September 20, 1953 (age 62) Chicago, Illinois, United States (1953-09-20)
Origin  London, Ontario, Canada
Associated acts  Rush, Ocean, Red Rider, Stingaree, Gowan, Burton Cummings
Music groups  Rush (1968), Red Rider (Since 1979), The Carpet Frogs, Ocean
Genres  Rock music, Album-oriented rock
Albums  Tom Cochrane & Red Ri, Trapeze: The Collection, Breaking Curfew, The Symphony Sessions, As Far as Siam

Occupation(s)  Bassist, songwriter

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Jeffrey Robin "Jeff" Jones (born September 20, 1953) is an American-born Canadian musician who was a member of Ocean and Red Rider.


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Jones performed with Alex Lifeson and John Rutsey in the first incarnation of Rush, serving as the primary singer and bassist in the summer of 1968. He was replaced by Geddy Lee in September 1968. He first gained fame as a member of the gospel rock band Ocean, which had a million-selling 1971 single "Put Your Hand in the Hand". The group disbanded in 1975. Jones later joined Red Rider (he performed bass on the song "Lunatic Fringe") and still performs with leader Tom Cochrane. He also works on videos showing Eastwood basses.

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In the late 1970s, Jones played bass and sang in Stingaree, a Toronto-based band featuring Brian MacLeod and Bernie LaBarge on guitars and vocals, Doug (Skip) Layton on drums, and Larry Hamel (replaced by Don Harriss) on vocals and piano. The band had a large following in Ontario. Brian MacLeod was spotted by promoter Martin Onrot while Stingaree was playing in Toronto and left the band to join Chilliwack. The remaining members of Stingaree played for another six months before disbanding in 1978. Jones also played bass on the 1981 hit "Dream Away" by LaBarge.

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As of 2015, he is touring with Burton Cummings and his band.

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