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“Rockabilly Night” with The Jinx Jones Band

September 23 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Join us at PHB for the multi-stylistic, Jinx Jones Band for “Rockabilly Night.”

There are very few guitarists on the scene today who have a resume like San Francisco picker Jinx Jones. After having played with both Chuck Berry and Roy Buchanan, Jones has established himself as one of the top rockabilly guitarists on the scene today.” Dr. Matt Warnock; Guitar International Magazine, 2011
 “Jinx Jones proves that he is a force to be reckoned in the world of first rate roots music guitarists.”
Blue Suede News #85, 2010

In Jinx Jones’ impressive musical career he has visited nearly every conceivable style and genre of the electric guitar. From his work with R&B divas, En Vogue to his own acclaimed rockabilly albums, “License to Twang,” and the latest release; “Rumble & Twang,” Jones has always strived to expand the possibilities of the instrument. He accepts every musical challenge head on, always making an impressive statement with his music. The one thing that remains consistent throughout Jones’ multi-stylistic journey is the grace and finesse of his virtuoso playing


Jinx Jones

“Jinx is a guitar virtuoso who seamlessly moves from rockabilly to jazz to twang and back again, sometimes in the same song. Those with a liner note obsession will remember Jinx’s playing on En Vogue’s “Free Your Mind.”

San Francisco Chronicle
February 2012

“Jinx Jones is out there. Four or five nights a week, the great guitar player with the immaculate pompadour can be found at various Bay Area venues, working the stage, doing his thing.
The Colorado native came up serving as a sideman to rock ’n’ roll royalty, playing with the likes of Chuck Berry and Solomon Burke.”
Aidin Vaziri, San Francisco
Chronicle’s pop music critic, 2014

“Imagine an advanced guitar textbook on 10. Listeners all will doubtless be thunderstruck by Jinx’s authoritative command of labrythinian note aggregates, lightning-fleet navigations, and
esoteric chordal modes. One intuits they are in the twang-upholstered, jazzy Court of a flat-gone Monarch, one for whom fair Aoede is a favored midnight-hour ship.”
DC Larson,
No Depression, 2014


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