Bill A. Jones

The lead singer for The Harry Selvin Orchestra is Bill A. Jones.  

Besides being known as an accomplished singer, Bill is perhaps best known as an actor, most notably from his role as “Rod Remington” on Fox TV’s Glee.

As a singer, Bill has opened for Tony Bennett and Steve Tyrell, toured with The Glenn Miller Orchestra, and released two CDs on CDBaby.com.  He was also named one of LA’s Best Concert/Cabaret Artists by BroadwayWorld.com.  



As an actor, in addition to Glee, he’s appeared on Comedy Central’s Workaholics, The King Of Queens, CSI New York, Everybody Hates Chris, Las Vegas, Criminal Minds, and many other shows.  On TVLand’s The Soul Man, Bill played “Stormy Hernandez,” was seen in films such as Pawn Sacrifice, and appeared as millionaire “Brad Bush” on the long running daytime drama Days of Our Lives.  Many still recognize Bill as the “Don’t Count That” golfer from a beloved FedEx commercial.



And it is possible you may have heard Bill over the airwaves, as he was an award winning radio personality for many years, heard on over 200 stations nationwide via Westwood 1’s Adult Standards format.

Bill’s association with The Harry Selvin Orchestra goes back at least 10 years, when he was recommended by then lead trombonist Robert Rivera.

A native of Nashville Tennessee, Bill and his family make their home in Los Angeles.  

For more information about Bill A. Jones, please visit his website www.BillAJones.com