The eighties up until about 1996 were the lost Jazz years. Nobody really knows what Jazz did during that time. It is believed that Jazz may have done some time with traveling top 40 lounge acts. And for a brief period Jazz was being endorsed by Epiphone and Gibson.
Aound 1997 Wayne "Jazz" Murrell started making the scene around Charleston, South Carolina, filling in on bass with Smoky Weiner & The Hot Links and Harry L. Jackson . For a couple years Jazz played bass with the Swinging Johnsons on Wednesday nights at Momma's Blues Palace in downtown Charleston. It was during his tenure at Momma's Blues Palace that jazz wrote the blues classic "I Want A Real Girl" which he occasionally performed with the Swinging Johnsons. Now Jazz works as a bug man.
But there is more to Jazz than just the music. Jazz is a smooth dresser who knows how to talk to the ladies. And his hair is perfect.
The original Pot-Smoking Southerner
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