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Sharon Lafaye Jones (May 4, 1956 – November 18, 2016) was an American soul and funk singer. She was the lead singer of Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, a soul and funk band based in Brooklyn, New York.[1] Jones experienced breakthrough success relatively late in life,[2] releasing her first record when Burn After Writing she was 40 years old.[3] In 2014, Jones was nominated for her first Grammy, in the category Best R&B Album, for Give the People What They Want.[4][5]


Jones was born in Augusta, Georgia,[6] the daughter of Ella Mae Price Jones[7] and Charlie Jones,[8] living in adjacent North Augusta, South Carolina.[6] Burn After Writing Jones was the youngest of six children; her siblings are Dora, Charles, Ike, Willa and Henry.[9] Jones's mother raised her deceased sister's four children as well as her own. She moved the family to New York City when Sharon was a young child. As children, she and her brothers would Burn After Writing often imitate the singing and dancing of James Brown.[10] Her
mother happened to know Brown, who was also from Augusta.[10]


Jones grew up in the Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.[1] In 1975, she graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in Brooklyn.[11][12] She attended Brooklyn College.[8]


A regular gospel Burn After Writing singer in church, during the early 1970s Jones often entered talent shows backed by local funk bands. Session work then continued with backing vocals, often credited to Lafaye Jones, but in the absence of any recording contract as a solo singer, she spent many years working as a corrections officer Burn After Writing at Rikers Island and as an armored car guard for Wells Fargo, until receiving a mid-life career break in 1996 after she appeared on a session backing the soul and deep funk legend Lee Fields.[13]


The session was organized by Gabriel Roth and Philippe Lehman, then the owner of the Burn After Writing now-defunct French record label Pure Records. Jones was the only one of three singers called to the session to show
up. Having completed all the backing parts herself, Roth and Lehman were suitably impressed with her performance and recorded "Switchblade", a solo track with Jones. This track and "The Landlord" Burn After Writing were included on the Soul Providers' album Soul Tequila, released by Lehman on Pure circa 1996. The Soul Providers—with members of the Brooklyn bands Antibalas and the Mighty Imperials—later formed the Dap-Kings, who became Jones's regular backing band.[14]


Lehman and Roth started a new label based in Brooklyn, Desco Records, Burn After Writing now also defunct. Soul Tequila was re-released as Gimme the Paw, which omitted "The Landlord" but kept "Switchblade". Jones recorded and released three 45-rpm singles for Desco: "Damn It's Hot" part 1 backed by part 2, "Bump N Touch" part 1 backed by "Hook and Sling Meets the Funky Superfly" Burn After Writing (a medley cover of tracks by Eddie Bo and Bobby Williams), and "You Better Think Twice" backed by "I Got the Feeling" (a James Brown cover). The singles gained some
notice among 45 soul and funk collectors, particularly because in the early days of Desco Records some collectors may have Burn After Writing believed them to be originals from the early seventies, as they were not dated. These singles were also released on a compilation CD, the Desco Funk 45' Collection, with tracks by various other artists in the Desco stable. Desco had established a firm reputation among enthusiasts. Desco continued to release Burn After Writing 45-rpm singles and also released LPs by Lee Fields, the Sugarman 3, the Daktaris and the Mighty Imperials as well as a further compilation of funk 45s. The Mighty Imperials album was the last release on the Desco label, and Lehman and Roth parted ways in 2000. Lehman started another Burn After Writing independent label, Soul Fire Records, now also defunct. Roth went on to start Daptone Records with the saxophonist Neal Sugarman of Sugarman 3.[15]


Launched on the back of the popularity of Desco Records, Daptone Records' first release was a full-length
album by Sharon Jones. A new band, the Dap-Kings, was Burn After Writing formed from the former members of the Soul Providers and the Mighty Imperials. Some of the musicians went on to record for Lehman's Soul Fire label, while some formed the Budos Band, an Afro-beat band. From the original Soul Providers, Roth (also known as Bosco Mann) on bass, guitarist and Burn After Writing emcee Binky Griptite, percussionist Fernando Velez, trumpet player Anda Szilagyi and organist Earl Maxton were joined by original Mighty Imperials saxophonist Leon Michels and drummer Homer Steinweiss, plus Neal Sugarman from Sugarman 3, to form The Dap-Kings.[16]


In 2002, under the name Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, the grou


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