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Linus Jones back at 2nG for an Allnighter! Original Blues, Funk and Elektrifyed Soul from 9PM until 1AM - Come on down and see us at the best neighborhood bar in Winston Salem!
Linus Jones playing in the Rock House Tavern - Upstairs at Ziggy's. NO COVER! Come enjoy some original Blues, Funk and Elektrifyed Soul!!!!!!! Playing from 10PM til 2AM
Linus Jones playing our own tasty blend of Blues, Funk and Rock all evening long starting at 9PM!
Linus Jones playing Original Elektrifyed Blues, Funk and Soul all evening long!
Across from Sheetz and Crossroads Ford, Linus Jones playing outdoors at the grand opening of Peace Out Vapes.
Sounds Like: Ten Years After, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Traffic, Arthur Lee & Love, Blues Traveler
Manager: Violet Ray Promotions
Linus Jones is a Winston Salem, NC based Jam band. The band's influences dig into classic blues, R&B, funk, jazz and indie rock which is distilled into a tasty concoction.
Linus Jones thrives in a live setting - where improvisation meets musicianship and builds with the excitement that a only...See Full Bio
: View of Market Street, Downtown GSO from the office. Roads clearing. https://t.co/qYVlMy6gWF
“I wanted to start covering some local bands, out of my own area, so I put a call out on Twitter. I got some responses and so I started a list of bands to investigate and give a little shout out to. The first band that answered the call hails from North Carolina. They are called Linus Jones and are about to release their first album called “40 Licks To The Center” on November 15, 2012. The band describes themselves as “Purveyors of rockin’ blues & elektrified soul.” They are certainly a blend of soul, blues and rock and roll. The four piece band features a power trio, with singer/songwriter and harp player Danie Jones out front. I am looking forward to the new album because I have only heard demos. The demos certainly have some catchy stuff both in the melodies and the grooves.”