Random thought of the Night

Garry Jones was Signature Sound’s original pianist, followed by Roy Webb.

Interestingly, he was also one of Gold City’s earliest pianists, and with the recent Gold City changes, Roy Webb has followed him there as well.


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  1. And Roy was with Ernie Haase (and George Younce by extension) and Josh was with Roger and Scott.

  2. Let’s not forget that Garry Jones produced some material for Lighthouse, the regional group that both Roy and Doug Anderson were members of prior to Signature Sound.

  3. Jack Toney replaced Jake Hess at least 3 different times in his career. First with the Statesmen in 1963. Then with the Masters Five in the late 80s. Then again with the Statesmen in ’92.

    • Now that is amazing…and strange at the same time.

  4. freaky.