Cadillac Jones is shifting into overdrive and careening through the Atlanta music scene, with side swiping neo-funk grooves, pelvic pounding rhythms and Hot Tub chic melodies made for modern loving. Standing on the shoulders of giants like Herbie Hancock, James Brown, Charlie Parker, and Grant Green, taking deep breathes of innovators like John Scofield, Charlie Hunter and Karl Denson, Cadillac Jones' sound is one part jazz, two parts funk and three sheets to the wind. When they're bad, they're better.
Cadillac Jones rolled onto the Atlanta music scene in 1999 and began drop-shifting heavy funk grooves across the city. From East Atlanta's Village Lounge, to Smith's Olde bar, to the Star bar, to Lenny's, to the Clairmont Lounge last Halloween, to the International Artists Guild and all the way up to the Stella Blue Theatre in Ashville, NC, Cadillac Jones has slammed into every gig with exceptionally powerful, hip shaking beats.