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Announced in mid 2005 THE JONES GANG would prove to be a high profile band union with drummer Kenny Jones of THE WHO, SMALL FACES, ex-DISTANCE, COMPANY OF SNAKES and BAD COMPANY singer ROBERT HART and THE LAW along with FOREIGNER, BAD COMPANY and PETER FRAMPTON band bassist Rick Wills. The group first came to note with an appearance at the 'Ronnie Lane Memorial Concert' at London's Royal Albert Hall in April 2004.

Lead single from the resulting 2005 album 'Any Day Now' would be 'Angel', a remake from Hart's 1992 album. Guitar work on the album came courtesy of Ronnie Wood from the ROLLING STONES, Dave 'Bucket' Colwell of BAD COMPANY, Gary Grainger and Richie Barrett. A pre-launch statistic noted that Hart, Wills and Jones had sold a combined total of 50 million albums.

Throughout 2005 ROBERT HART also put in sporadic gigs fronting DEEP PURPLE keyboard player DON AIREY's solo band.

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