Jamo Thomas | Restored by Google Archive | tc149
Jamo Thomas is best known for his non-Chess recording of “I spy for the FBI”. He was born in Barbados and moved to Chicago. He is also a drummer. He joined the Bobby Peterson Quintet in the mid 1950s, before launching his solo career in the mid sixties. He was active in soul music until the 1970s and is known to have been involved with gospel music in the 1980s but nothing has been heard of him for some time and his present whereabouts are unknown.