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Take Five With JaRon Eames

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Meet JaRon Eames: Born 1953, Baton Rouge La. Graduated high school 1971. Attended (enrolled) Southern University and went to two classes, and was sure it wasn't for me. (When I had comic legend George Carlin on my TV show, we talked about him being a drop out, and I said “I never let school interfere with my education"), so I spent the rest of my year partying. Sex, drugs and rock and roll. What a ball the late 1960s weresome ...

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JaRon Eames: Sounds Good To Me!

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JaRon Eames is gaining a degree of recognition lately among the late-night TV crowd on the island known as Manhattan. That's because his jazz interview show, The JaRon Eames Show, is televised on community Channel 34. Featuring interviews with legends like Oscar Peterson, Nancy Wilson, Jimmy Scott and Randy Weston, the real star of the show is Eames himself. With unflagging curiosity, he probes his guests for nuggets of information, and surprisingly, they provide such nuggets! The most interesting feature ...


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