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Born: 1961
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'''Eric "Elvis" Jones''' is the former proprietor of [[East Hill CD Exchange]], which closed in late [[2007]].
 
'''Eric "Elvis" Jones''' is the former proprietor of [[East Hill CD Exchange]], which closed in late [[2007]].
  
 
In the 1980s he played drums for the band [[Fudge Pop]]. He was the champion of the [[Staremaster]] competition in 2000.
 
In the 1980s he played drums for the band [[Fudge Pop]]. He was the champion of the [[Staremaster]] competition in 2000.
He is the father of many children, which earn him the nickname Eric "Photus" Jones.
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Jones is the father to many children, giving him the nickname Fotus.
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He now owns Revolver Records in downtown Pensacola.
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[[Category:Retail owners|Jones, Eric]]
 
[[Category:Retail owners|Jones, Eric]]

Latest revision as of 05:46, 30 May 2016

Born: 1961

Eric "Elvis" Jones is the former proprietor of East Hill CD Exchange, which closed in late 2007.

In the 1980s he played drums for the band Fudge Pop. He was the champion of the Staremaster competition in 2000.

Jones is the father to many children, giving him the nickname Fotus.


He now owns Revolver Records in downtown Pensacola.