Ann Cusack & The Generation Jones Band
Ann Cusack & The Generation Jones Band performs original R & B and classic blues songs, with help from Big Mama Thornton, Little Milton, B.B. King, Koko Taylor, and Mighty Sam McClain to name a few.
Ann Cusack, founder of Ann Cusack & The Generation Jones Band, hails from Chicago where she grew up listening to the Blues. Based in Los Angeles and London, she has performed in Chicago, New York, and all over Los Angeles to full houses in clubs such as Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Jazz Grill, Upstairs@Vitellos, The Mint, B.B. King’s at Universal City ( when it was still there,) MBAR, Molly Malones, Martini Blues, and Cafe Club Fais Do Do.
As an actress, she has had a career spanning three decades in major films and television shows. She has been in such films as Clint Eastwoods’s Sully with Tom Hank and Aaron Eckhart, The Informant starring Matt Damon, Nightcrawler with Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo, The Sensation of Sight as David Strathairn’s wife. She’s shared the screen with Annette Banning in What Planet Are You From? Micheal Keaton in Multiplicity. She’s worked with her siblings John and Joan Cusack in America’s Sweethearts and Grosse Pointe Blank, and Clint Eastwood’s Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. She played the illiterate Shirley Baker in Penny Marshall’s A League of Their Own with Tom Hanks and Geena Davis.
On television and cable her credits include; currently on Amazon’s The Boys, Better Call Saul, Fargo, Castle Rock, Grimm, Castle, Mr Mercedes, The Unit, Scandal, Criminal Minds, Masters of Sex, Private Practice, The Ghost Whisperer, HBO’s Little Britain, Boston Legal, Grey’s Anatomy, to name a few.
“The Generation Jones Band is Jeff Dean (bass/vocals), Gordie Germaine (guitar/vocals), Sammy K ‘Kestenholtz’ (drums/vocals), Brett Mikel (guitar/vocals).
For more information on Ann, please check out her website for a full list of acting film and TV credits.
The Generation Jones Band
(Bass / Vocals)
(Guitar / Vocals)
Sammy K (Kestenholtz)
(Drums and Vocals)
Regarding Our 9/17/21 Vitello’s Supper Club Event
Due to Covid-19, the Delta Variant, and people needing to stay safe, we are canceling our gig at Feinstein’s Vitello’s Supper Club until a future date. We are sad to do this because we love Vitello’s, but it feels like the responsible and safe thing to do.
We’ll keep you posted.
Thank you and our apologies for any inconvenience.
Stay healthy, stay safe, please wear a mask, and get vaccinated!
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