"Jonesy’s Jukebox will feature unreleased tracks from indie bands, b-sides, songs from bands that are bubbling under, KROQ classics and cuts from his personal music collection; anything he wants to play. "As punk rock royalty, Steve Jones gets a lot of deference. When the Sex Pistols broke up in 1978, Jones formed a new band, The Professionals, with Paul Simonon from The Clash. It didn't go anywhere. When The Professionals split in 1982, Jones relocated to the USA and became a session guitarist. His first gig as DJ was on KDLD in Los Angles based when it was still "Indie 103.1FM."
Numerous rock stars of varying levels of fame had programs on KDLD: Henry Rollins (Rollinsband, Black Flag), Dave Navarro (Jane's Addiction, Red Hot Chili Peppers), Rob Zombie (White Zombie), Joe Escalante (The Vandals), Joe Sib (Wax)...and an odd selection of ex-MTV VJs. But they were dabbling, Steve Jones was a DJ, and he intended to stick with radio. In November of that year he guested on BBC Radio's 6Music with five weeks of Sunday shows, a series titled "A Month of Sundays with Steve Jones. In December he revived the program as a webcast via www.iamrogue.com. The webcast ended in March of 2010. Seven months later he was relaunched on KROQ awkward pauses, belches and all. But nothing lasts forever. Jones's last show on KROQ was March 2013. Jonesy's Jukebox is no more.