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Jeff Jones

Biography

JEFF JONES (vocalist) is a Toronto jazz singer who performed frequently in clubs and live theatrical presentations for many years. He was an integral part of the respected The Gospel Project’, a large group of singers produced by Keith Whiting originally for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The 20-voice group included Jackie Richardson, Debbie Fleming, Colina Phillips, Sharon Lee Williams, David Blamires, and several other talented vocalists.

Jeff Jones was featured with the Wray Downes Quartet in the “Sound of Toronto Jazz” Concert Series at the Ontario Science Centre on December 13, 1993.