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|Birth name||Kenneth Thomas Jones|
16 September 1948 |
Stepney, London, England
|Genres||Rock, hard rock|
|Associated acts||Small Faces, Faces, The Who, The Law, The Jones Gang|
Kenneth Thomas "Kenney" Jones (born 16 September 1948, London Hospital, Whitechapel, East London) is a veteran English rock drummer best known for his work in the groups Small Faces, Faces and then The Who, after Keith Moon's death in 1978. Kenney was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2012.
Small Faces to the Faces 
Having previously been in a band with Ronnie Lane, Jones was one of the founding members of the English rock group, the Small Faces. Active from 1965 to 1969, Small Faces were part of the Mod revolution of the 1960s. Their hits included "All or Nothing", "Sha-La-La-La-Lee", "Itchycoo Park" and "Tin Soldier". Small Faces have been cited as a major influence on musicians for the past 35 years, including Paul Weller and Noel Gallagher.
In 2007, the Small Faces were honoured by Westminster Council with a commemorative plaque placed at what was Don Arden's offices in Carnaby Street, the band's "spiritual home". Jones himself unveiled the plaque. In a BBC interview Jones said: "To honour the Small Faces after all these years is a terrific achievement. I only wish that Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane and Don Arden were here to enjoy this moment with me". (The only other surviving member of the Small Faces, Ian McLagan, has long moved to Austin, Texas).
After the departure of lead singer/guitarist Steve Marriott in 1969, the group recruited singer Rod Stewart and guitarist Ronnie Wood to replace Marriott. Both were formerly from the Jeff Beck Group. The band changed its name to "Faces", as the original name was associated with the small stature of its members, and Stewart and Wood did not fit the description. Jones remained with the band until its dissolution in late 1975, recording four studio albums and a live album with them.
The Who 
In early 1979, Jones was invited by Pete Townshend and manager Bill Curbishley to join The Who, replacing their original drummer Keith Moon, who had died on 7th September 1978 of a drug overdose at the age of 32. He was invited, in part, because the band had been friendly with him from his days with the Small Faces (he and Moon were friends and were together on the last night of Moon's life in 1978, as part of the viewing party put together by Paul McCartney, for The Buddy Holly Story), and because he had played with Townshend, Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle on the Tommy soundtrack. He played on the albums Face Dances and It's Hard and also played on the soundtrack for Roger Daltrey's film McVicar. and on the band's tours from 1979 to 1982. Jones played with the band at Live Aid and made his final appearance with the Who when the group received a lifetime achievement award at the 1988 British Phonographic Industry awards ceremony. He was frequently at odds with Daltrey, who felt that Jones' drumming style was not right for the band. Jones was replaced by Simon Phillips for the Who's 1989 reunion tour. In an April 2011 special edition of Uncut magazine, Pete Townshend said that Jones was a good choice for the band.
The Law 
The Jones Gang 
Guest appearances 
Jones has guested as drummer on many recording sessions, which included appearances on albums by the Rolling Stones,Roger Daltrey, Andy Fairweather-Low, Joan Armatrading, Marsha Hunt, Mike Batt, Pete Townshend, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, David Essex, John Lodge, and Wings, He was also on a Top of the Pops performance with Status Quo, performing their 1986 hit single, "Red Sky".
Outside music 
Personal life 
Jones has six children: Dylan (1972), Jesse (1977), Casey (1987), Jay (1989), Cody (1994) and Erin (1997).
He is married to the former model Jayne Andrew, the mother of his latter four children. His parents are Samuel (died 1996) and Violet Jones. Violet Jones still lives in Stepney, East London. Kenney Jones currently lives in Ewhurst, Surrey, England, with his family.
- "British Film Institute: Kenney Jones, born Stepney, East London + band history". Ftvdb.bfi.org.uk. Retrieved 2011-10-19.
- John Hess (2011-09-16). "The Small Faces, influence on Britpop – Paul Weller, and Chuck Norris". BBC. Retrieved 2011-10-19.
- "6 Music - Headline". BBC. Retrieved 2011-10-19.
- "Observer Music Monthly's Top 100 British albums". The Guardian.co.uk. 20 June 2004. Retrieved 1 March 2008.
- Zentgraf, Nico. "Woodworks 1957–1975". Retrieved 23 February 2008.
- "Roger Daltrey ''Goldmine'' interview". Thewho.net. Retrieved 2011-10-19.
- "Times Online: Jones, and he freely admits he dies his hairowner of Hurtwood Park Polo Club, Surrey. England". Business.timesonline.co.uk. Retrieved 2011-10-19.
- "Jones sets up ''Small Faces'' children's charity in memory of former ''Small Faces'' colleagues Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane". Small Faces Charitable Trust. Retrieved 2011-10-19.
- Davies, Mark (2002-11-21). "Jones, supporter of The Conservative Party – records song criticising Gordon Brown". BBC News. Retrieved 2011-10-19.