|Name Jerome Arnold||Role Musician|
|Music group The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (Since 1963)|
Albums The Paul Butterfield Blues Ba, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, The Resurrection of Pigboy, In My Own Dream, East‑West
Similar People Sam Lay, Mark Naftalin, Billy Davenport, Mike Bloomfield, Paul Butterfield
Walter Horton Juke Live AFBF
Jerome Arnold (born Romeo Maurice Arnold, November 12, 1936, Chicago, Illinois, United States) is an American bassist, known for his work with Howlin' Wolf, and The Paul Butterfield Blues Band in the 1960s. As an original member of the Butterfield band, he was subsequently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015. His playing appears on the albums The Paul Butterfield Blues Band and East-West. He was a member of the Butterfield Band at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965, and not only appeared with the band there, but was among the musicians who supported Bob Dylan on the Newport Folk Festival stage for Dylan's controversial amplified instrument performance at that Festival.
Jerome Arnold is a younger brother of Billy Boy Arnold, as is harmonicist Augustus "Gus" Arnold (who around 1969 changed his name to "Julio Finn").