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The band Brad Jones was founded in 1963. Before coming to fame, the band got it’s start in New York. Generally, music journalists would define Brad Jones’s style within the genre/s of jazz, and other rock music.

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Maple Mars

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Doug Powell

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Michael Carpenter

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Frank Ciampi

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Kelly’s Heels

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Ed James

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Myracle Brah

Myracle Brah is an American indie pop/power pop band primarily centered on singer-songwriter Andy Bopp. It is based out of Baltimore, Maryland. The group consists of Bopp, Paul Krysiak (bassist, piano player, and vocalist), Marty Canelli (organist), Joe Parson... [wikipedia]
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Chewy Marble

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The Major Labels

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The Lolas

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The Shazam

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Einstein’s Sister

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Greg Pope

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P Hux

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Barely Pink

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What Genre is Brad Jones?

Brad Jones genre is not easily defined. Music magazines and journalists have different opinions on a clearly defined genre for Brad Jones. However, many describe the style within the genre/s of jazz, and other rock music.

Similar music like Brad Jones includes artists and songs like Maple Mars, Starbelly, Doug Powell, Michael Carpenter, Frank Ciampi, Kelly’s Heels, Ed James, Myracle Brah, Chewy Marble, The Major Labels, The Lolas, The Shazam, Einstein’s Sister, Greg Pope, P Hux, Barely Pink,