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by Jeff Ginsburg

Original piano and guitar based rock and roll tightly driven by funk, blues, strong melodies and creative lyrics.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Gold Hat
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2. Don't Look The Same
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3. Fat Man's Boogie
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4. Circumstance
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5. Find Out
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6. The Road Inside
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7. Breakdown
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8. Its You
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9. Stolen
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10. Mr. Weaver
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11. Lately
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12. Rise
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Album Notes
Booking and management:
Leslie Cargill

To contact Jeff:

Played on "Lately":
jeff ginsburg.....keys, vocals
dave deitch......drums, percussion
evan brown.........electric, acoustic guitars
chris griffiths.....bass, vocals

Jeff's current band:
Mark Greenberg - Drums (Dicky Betts Band, Roomful of Blues)
Mike Null - Guitar, vocals (Toni Lee Washington)
Henry Woods - Bass, vocals
Back-up vocals - Amie Sanborn

In 2003, Jeff released his new album, Lately, in New England and received quick local sales and critical acclaim. Jeff and band drew a turnout of nearly 130 each for their NYC and Boston CD Release Parties, headlining the Lion's Den, NYC and Harper's Ferry, Boston respectively. Two pre-released singles off the album debuted for two weeks as the #1 and #2 most downloaded songs by Massachusetts bands on

Slews of online reviews have praised the new album, with "The Noise" saying it would "recommend this album to anyone who likes to hear superb musicians play, whether it's jam band blues or pretty pop songs." (See full reviews attached).

Recent and upcoming gigs include feature performances at The Middle East, The Bitter End, Virgin Megastore, College of Holy Cross, N.E. Independent School Conference, Bill's Bar, Johnny D's, Trinity College, Gillette Stadium Fidelity Clubhouse, Williston Northampton School and Lion's Den, NYC.


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cait p

It is really a great album from a great band.
I got the cd before it came out because I am friend of Dave Deitch's family and all I can say is that I love it. I think it has a unique blend of powerful vocals, haunting percussion, and great catchy tunes.

David Deitch

Jones One CD Review from "The Noise" Magazine
Jones One's sound is hard to describe. They say on their bio sheet it encompasses everything "from Stevie Wonder to Coldplay, from Allman Brothers to Elton John" and that works for me, because the entire band is exceedingly talented. Guitarist Evan Brown switches from B.B. King to Nuno Bettencourt within a measure's time during one solo. Dave Deitch is up there with Carter Beauford (DMB) on drums and the Victor Wooten-style bass work by Chris Griffiths is phenomenal. Jeff Ginsburg's voice sounds like Rob Thomas but with twice the range and imagination. He's a fine piano player and does a great job on the lyrics: (Bring me a blank piece of paper/ make it blank so I can write down all that I want about you/ Bring me a black pen---no make it blue/ I know that's your favorite color too). Apologies for the long quote, but I can't really pull one line out and do it justice, and that's one of the reasons it works so well. It's a very casual and effortless style that blends well with their music. I'd recommend this album to anyone who likes to hear superb musicians play, whether it's jam band blues or pretty pop songs. (Erich Hagan, "The Noise" October 2003)

kaity lloyd

great cd!
good combination of folk and rock - easy, eclectic tunes!


A good CD with some great tunes
Jones One has one of those sounds that has a ton of great ideas in each of their songs. They float from a straight ahead song to a jammy tune, to an all out rocking tour-de-force. Songs like "Find Out" have a lot of unforgettable hooks and riffs. Good CD with some great tunes.

Lenny Jones

This band rocks, guitarist is great
This CD is awesome, although the guitarist on the recording Evan Brown just does not get enough credit for helping make the album so great! Someone should mention him once in a while...

chris griffiths (the bassist)

evan is awesome
evan is the best thing since sliced bread...especially on this album. sliced bread could not have done what even did


this band kicks ass
This CD is great if you like jamming, good vocals, guitar, piano being able to move with the music. It puts you in a good mood and wanting more.

Andrew hanover

This album is very solid from beginning to end. For those who are fans of Matchbox 20 but need a little more funk or drive this is for you. Crisp emotional vocals cut through over a core of guitar drums and bass perfectly complimented by the piano players leisurely stride Piano. Stand out tracks are "Gold Hat" and "Lately" as well as "fat man's boogie" and "rise". something for everyone


Very musical with lyrics that keep you listening and solid arrangements
Lately has what you want in a CD. Great music, compelling lyrics, and creative arrangements. Each song stands on its own and before you know it you are arguing with yourself about which song you like the best. The album is packed with "expression" from the expressive vocals, to the sweet guitar and the subtle percussion. This is a joy to listen to over and over again.