An understated, dynamic singer within jazz and popular standards, Etta Jones was an excellent singer always worth hearing. She grew up in New York and at 16, toured with Buddy Johnson. She debuted on record with Barney Bigard's pickup band (1944) for Black White, singing four Leonard Feather songs, three of which (including Evil Gal Blues) were hits for Dinah Washington. She recorded other songs during 1946-1947 for RCA and worked with Earl Hines (1949-1952). Jones' version of Don't Go to Strangers (1960) was a hit and she made many albums for Prestige during 1960-1965. Jones toured Japan with Art Blakey (1970), but was largely off record during 1966-1975. However, starting in 1976, Etta Jones (an appealing interpreter of standards, ballads, and blues) began recording regularly for Muse, often with the fine tenor saxophonist Houston Person. She died from complications of cancer on October 16, 2001, the day her last album, Etta Jones Sings Lady Day, was released. ~ Scott Yanow & Ron Wynn, Rovi

Etta Jones - Don't Go To Strangers (Prestige Records 1960)
ETTA JONES Live In Chicago 1994 W/ HOUSTON PERSON Quartet unreleased recording
Etta Jones: Stardust
Etta Jones - Don't Misunderstand
If I Had You
Etta Jones - If I Had You
Etta Jones - Till There Was You (Prestige Records 1961)
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