Some of the artists and bands that Jeff has played and recorded with over his career.
Tom Cochrane with Red Rider
Tom Cochrane with Red Rider consists of singer Tom Cochrane along with former Red Rider band mates Jeff Jones (bass) and Ken Greer (Guitars/Keyboards) along with drummer Davide Direnzo and guitarist Bill Bell. The current band lineup has been around for several years.
Burton Cummings Band / The Carpet Frogs
The Carpet Frogs are a Toronto-based rock band consisting of Nick Sinopoli, Jeff Jones, Michael Zweig, Sean Fitzsimons & Gerry Finn. . They are also known for their work performing as Burton Cummings backing band and have performed on Canada’s Walk of Fame, Juno Awards, Live 8 Canada, SOCAN Awards, and more.
Lawrence Henry Gowan is a Scottish Canadian musician, born in Glasgow. Gowan has been both a solo artist and the current lead vocalist and keyboardist of the band Styx since May 1999. His musical style is usually classified in the categories of pop and progressive rock.
Infidels formed in 1990 when Molly Johnson reunited with Norman Orenstein, her partner from the band Alta Moda. They added Washington Savage, Jeff Jones and Owen Tennyson to the lineup, and released a self-titled album in 1991 on IRS Records.
Red Rider were formed in Toronto by singer/guitarist Ken Greer, keyboardist Peter Boynton, and drummer Rob Baker in 1976. Bassist Jeff Jones soon came onboard as well, and in 1978, following a gig at Toronto’s legendary El Mocambo club, they met singer/guitarist Tom Cochrane.
Stingaree was a Canadian band around 1976-1977 and consisted of Bernie LaBarge, Jeff Jones, Brian MacLeod, Skip Layton, Larry Hamel and Don Harriss.
Ronnie Hawkins & The Hawks
Ronald Hawkins, born 1935 is an American/Canadian musician whose career has spanned more than half a century. His career began in Arkansas, where he was born and raised. He found success in Ontario, Canada, and has lived there for most of his life.
Ocean was a Canadian gospel rock band formed in 1970 in Toronto, Ontario. They are best known for their million-selling 1971 single “Put Your Hand in the Hand”, penned by Gene MacLellan. The record sold over one million copies and received a gold disc in the United States