Jaybeau Jones

Weekdays 2:00pm - 7:00pm

Aerosmith played their first show at Nipmuc Regional High School in Mendon, Mass on November 6, 1970. How did they land the gig? Joe Perry’s mom knew someone who worked for the school. Way to go, Mrs. Perry!

Who doesn’t love Aerosmith‘s Rock N Roller Coaster at Walt Disney World in Florida? But did you know that the Disney coaster wanted Stones first?

The Ride

From Showbiz Cheat Sheet:

“Will you make it to the world’s biggest concert on time? Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith is among Disney’s thrill rides at Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World, complete with 2 rollover loops and one corkscrew.” 

As the ride starts, you’re sitting parked in a roller coaster type car, which is supposed to be your limo. On the screen is Aerosmith themselves talking to you, now worried that they are late for their concert.  So they hop in your limo for the high speed rock n roll ride of the your life! It’s fun and VERY fast, similar to Disney’s Space Mountain. You’re rockin to Aerosmith for the whole ride!

Walt Disney

The Disney company knows how to interject music into their brands. When American Idol left Fox, Disney was first to pick it up for Disney owned ABC. Walt was a genius and ahead of his time. His Wonderful World of Disney weekend TV was designed for one thing: promote the themes and brands of the park. Flash forward to today, we see Disney Night each season on American Idol and Dancing with the Stars, on Disney owned ABC. 

Rolling Stones, U-2, Kiss

Well as big as Disney is, they don’t always get their way. Reportedly, The Stones wanted TEN MILLION dollars to be the rides rock n roll name sake. Disney thought that offer was goofy and turned it down. Kiss didn’t want to be a part of it, nor did U-2.  So in the end, the Disney coaster wanted Stones first, but this Boston boy is glad that Aerosmith was the winner!

62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards - Show

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 26: Steven Tyler of music group Aerosmith performs onstage during the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for The Recording Academy )


We can hear Worcester native Jaybeau Jones weekdays from 2p-7p on 1057 WROR, 80’s and More! Jaybeau’s show is the #1 music show in Boston from 2p-7p weekdays, playing 80’s and more!

After many years in radio programming management, Jaybeau joined WROR in the afternoon in 2015. One of Jaybeau’s career highlights, was the honor to fill in for Rick Dees on The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 in 2007. 

At home Jaybeau enjoys his time with his wife, fellow broadcaster, Heidi, and his two feline children Ellie and Bobo. Jaybeau’s grownup human kids, Matthew, lives in Boston. Jordan, lives in Rhode Island. 

Tune in at 4:15 to hear 90’s minutes of non-stop ROR 80’s and More, commercial free! It’s the Commercial Free Drive Home starting at 4:15pm!