RANDY JONES - VILLAGE PEOPLE
Randy Jones, an actor, author, American Music Award winner and multi-platinum
recording artist, is the original Cowboy and a founding member of Village
People. In his career spanning four decades before, with and since Village
People, he has sold 100 million units. Perhaps best known for his hits with the
group, like "Macho Man", "In the Navy, and "Y.M.C.A," he has earned 65 Gold and
Platinum record certificates, toured worldwide, starred in the camp classic
film, "Can't Stop the Music", made the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine and in
2008, garnered a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. He is the author of "Macho Man,"
a book published by Greenwood/Prager Publishers. Continuing a career as an
actor, singer and dancer, Jones has released solo CDs (most recently “Ticket to
the World"), performs internationally his own solo concerts and has appeared
onstage in musicals and plays in New York City and elsewhere.