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  1. Bob Howard & His Orchestra Biography by AllMusic + Follow Artist. b. Howard Joyner, 20 June , Newton, Massachusetts, USA, d. 3 December , Mount Kisco, New York, USA. Howard had begun playing piano and singing in his home state but, at the end of his teenage.
  2. Bob Howard And His Orchestra - {The Chronological Classics, } Beat It Out () Southern Casey Jones () I Used To Love You () Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now () Electric Light Orchestra - Studio Albums (5 CD .
  3. Apr 30,  · I t’s been years since the fateful morning — April 30, — when railroad engineer John Luther Jones, called “Casey” after his .
  4. "Disc Jockey Blues" — Luke Jones and His Orchestra () "My Hi-Fi to Cry By" — Bonnie Owens () Canned Music — Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks () "Radio Boogie" — L.C. Smith and His Southern Playboys () "Radio Radio" — Elvis Costello and The Attractions () Episode The Bible. First aired on September 6,
  5. Casey Jones Casey Jones Blues Kassie Jones Southern Casey Jones. Recording Dates. ~ Roots of the Grateful Dead & Jerry Garcia CD by Various Artists: ~ Roots of the Grateful Dead & Jerry Garcia CD by Various Artists: 5/ Road Trips Vol. 3 No. 3 CD.
  6. Personal life. Howard Jones is an avid fisherman and owns property on the Red River of the North in Manitoba, doreehosinsubsplemasenoxcafremen.coinfo is a frequent guest on Jamey Jasta's podcast. Jones left Killswitch Engage in early to allow himself to manage his type 2 diabetes which was worsened by a hectic touring lifestyle. In , Jones stated that his diabetes put him in a coma for 3 days.
  7. By September of , Bob Howard had begun to outgrow his annoying habit of imitating Fats Waller's every nuance. Think of it -- as a Decca recording artist Howard was placed in the uncomfortable position of competing with Waller, Victor's hugely successful vocalist, pianist, and master of small-group doreehosinsubsplemasenoxcafremen.coinfor Howard recordings possess the power to drive Waller 8/
  8. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bob Howard And His Orchestra* - at Discogs. Complete your Bob Howard And His Orchestra* collection.

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