Above: Label image for . The Five Jones Boys recorded several transcription discs (circa 1936-37) as well as two releases on the label (1937). In 1937, they joined members of The Four Blackbirds to form . This combined group starred in two MGM shorts (1938).
The "Jones Boys" triplets, Malik, Ahmed and Kahlil, are considering which university they're headed to following their graduation from Georgetown Day School. The brothers credit their parents and their own inter-sibling competition for their outstanding academic success. "If one of them can accomplish something, then without a doubt, I can definitely do it, too," Malik told NBC Washington reporter Zachary Kiesch.
On tour Jones was always backed by the Jones Boys. Like Buck Owens' Buckaroos and Merle Haggard's Strangers, Jones worked with many musicians who were great talents in their own right. These included , Hank Singer, Brittany Allyn, Sonny Curtis, Kent Goodson, Bobby Birkhead, and Steve Hinson. In the 1980s and 1990s, bass player Ron Gaddis served as the Jones Boys' bandleader and sang harmony with George in concert. (who married Gaddis) also toured as a backup singer for Jones in the late 1970s and early 1980s. was the Jones Boys' bass player in the 1960s before going on to his own stardom in the 1970s.