Mike Jones is a pianist playing timeless jazz.
The man recreates a lost jazz art form. He has made a mission of carrying on
the tradition of two handed solo piano jazz with a new twist. Mike's music
encompasses styles ranging from James P. Johnson and Fats Waller through
Art Tatum and up to Dave McKenna and Oscar Peterson. For years, Mike
performed at the finest jazz clubs in the Northeast, including Zinno, and
Toast in New York, and Scullers and the Regatta Bar in Boston. Mike even
appeared daily on the Nancy Merrill Show, a live television show on the CBS
affiliate WHDH Channel 7 in Boston, before finding himself on stage nightly
with Penn and Teller in Las Vegas.
Since 1993, Mike has been on Hank O'Neal's legendary jazz label,
In 1999, Mike was featured, along with Oscar Peterson, Clark Terry, Shirley
Horn, and Monty Alexander at the 17th annual Floating Jazz Festival, held on
board the Queen Elizabeth II