Friday, October 30, 2015

L-A Radio: Jonesy's Jukebox Return To KLOS

Steve Jones
Cumulus Los Angeles announces that Steve Jones, best known as guitarist for the Sex Pistols and Iggy Pop and one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time”, returns to the Southern California airwaves Fridays as host of “Jonesy’s Jukebox” from Noon to 2:00 p.m. on The Rock of Southern California KLOS 95.5 FM.  “Jonesy’s Jukebox” launches on 95.5 KLOS today at Noon.

Jones mixes an eclectic Rock and Classic Rock playlist with freeform and often humorous interviews of guests from the music and entertainment world. He is known for keeping an acoustic guitar in the studio and performing stream-of-consciousness songs about the show’s current topic of discussion.

Keith Cunningham, Program Director for KLOS and Corporate Program Director, Rock Formats for Cumulus Media said: “Adding Steve Jones and his wildly popular and unique show to our line-up was a no-brainer. Talent is radio’s secret sauce and having a Friday midday block with Bob Coburn followed by Steve Jones is Rock & Roll Royalty. KLOS listeners are going to love it.”

Jones said: “I can’t wait to be on KLOS and play all my favorite types of rock and classic rock music. I needed a good reason to get my platform boots out, and this is the perfect opportunity.”


  1. I stream Jonsey's Jukebox on Internet radio. Years ago when I was in LA I was blown away by his absolutely delightful and entertaining radio show. He could use a little more air time, by the way, but I'm thinking that will come in time, considering the ratings are probably skyrocketing during his show. Best damn program on the air...hands down. I live in New York and am so lucky to be able to listen to a real radio station like the Jukebox; New York radio stations SUCK unless of course you like Marimba, rambling, non-melodic rap or annoying Pop that's played over and over and over and over and between ten thousand commercials an hour...can't deal with it...not particularly crazy about the other DJs on this station, but it's hard to stand in the brilliant light of such an outstanding DJ and musical personality as Jones and actually be noticed.

  2. Very happy that Jonesy is back! Great music, tons of lulz, lots of memories. I used to listen religiously to his original show back in the day.

  3. LOVE the show I wish it was freakin LONGER, I love listening to it Steve and his guests.