Episode 2: Mike Jones Plays Well With Note

This week we have the long awaited interview with legendary Jazz pianist Mike Jones.

Thank you guys for all the support! :)

Thank you guys for all the support! :)

We talk about his new album Plays Well With Others (available anywhere a stockist knows anything about music at all)

We also take a trip through the many adventures Mike has had over the years meeting the titans of Jazz and how he found his way from Buffalo, NY to Boston, on the QE2 and finally to Scorchin’ Las Vegas Nevada before meeting the one and only Penn Jillette, and the also one and only Mr Teller! :)

Oh, and of course, onto The Note Show. *cough*

It’s a great time and throughout the episode you can hear tracks from Mike’s new album in the background.

Show Notes:

You can buy Plays Well With Others right HERE! :)

And you can find more Jonesy with the links below:

(Let’s show Mike Jones some love guys)

Mike Jones on facebook

Mike Jones on Twitter

Jones Jazz Official Website




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Author: Note

Elias Note is an English writer and interviewer. He grew up playing jazz and classical music and studying Musical Orchestration. He is a children's author and an app designer creating things that make life a little easier and a little more productive for everyone who uses them. He loves music, movies, books, comics and talking to skilled and talented artists about their work.

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  1. Glad to see his music is getting recognized. Totally worth checking out the album its one of my new favs for sure!

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  2. Cool music , I really like that style of play. Keep on keepin on! Very unique music here , thanks for the share Note Show :) Thats why I keep comin back . Interesting music fuels my desire for living!

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  3. Mike is certainly not your average jazz player and his kick-ass tattoos are a big giveaway. You should listen to him playing “Sunny Side of the Street”, it’s brilliant!

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