Paul Cox was invited by Paul Jones to feature in a one hour special on his Jazz Me Blues Show for Jazz FM on Saturday 21st April 2001.
The Show opened with Paul Jones playing "Are You Lonely" from Paul’s (Cox) new CD "Real World", Paul then introduced Paul to his listeners plus Chris Parren on Keyboards and Mike Summerland on Guitar.
They then performed live version of "Is anybody there" from Paul’s first CD Ain’t Nothin’ Doin’. There then followed a interview with Paul which covered a small part of his history in the music business, his move to London from his home in Wolverhampton his auditions for the accapela Darts and the Frankie miller benefit concert at the Rock garden in Covent Garden with Paul Rogers, Gary Brooker, Bonnie Tyler, Paul Carrack, etc. Paul then played the track "Already Gone" from "Real World" CD.
The interview then continued with Paul talking about his trying to join Dart’s and his collaboration with the producer of his CD’s Roger Cotton (of Peter Green’s Splinter Group). Paul also sang a few bars live of Land of a Thousand Dances which knocked Paul Jones back. He (paul Cox) then sang "Hold on to your Dreams" live in the Studio with Chris and Mike.
There was then some discussion about the Mikes Guitar playing and the guitar he played (Gibson 335) which was on loan from Georgie Fame’s Son Tristan. Paul also asked about some of the other band that Paul had been in and other musicians he had worked with around south London. He then explained how he started his association with The John Slaughter Band beginning with The WOMAD festival in 1989 when the band was expanded. Paul Jones then played "Woke up This Morning" from the John Slaughter Band's "New Coat of Paint" CD.
The second part of the show began with Paul playing "Ain’t Gonna Be The First to Cry" the old Bobby Bland number from the "Real World" CD. The interview continued with talk about The Paul Cox Band's up coming gigs, Paul Jones thanked Paul Cox for his performance and coming on the show and telling him he would be welcome back any time. Paul, Mike and Chris then played "This love of mine" live to close the show.