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Jody Linscott has worked with a number of well-known musicians, including Jaki Graham, Dido, Elton John, The Who, Mike Oldfield, Billy Bragg, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, David Gilmour (Pink Floyd), Roger Daltrey, Ray Davies, John Entwistle, John Wesley Harding, Kokomo, Stevie Wonder, Patti La Belle, Nils Lofgren, John Mayall, Robert Palmer, Pet Shop Boys, Simon Phillips, David Sanborn, Pete Townshend, Jay-Z, Avril Lavigne, Tom Jones, Daryl Hall, Atomic Kitten, Blue, Bryan Adams, Don Henley, The Bee Gees, The Clash, Billy Squier, Santana, Snowy White, Paul Mc Cartney, Hamish Stuart, Sam Brown, Joan Armatrading, The Waterboys, Bryan Ferry, Take That, Natasha Bedingfield, Will Young, John Hall and Swing Out Sister.
Linscott has toured as percussionist for The Who, David Gilmour and Elton John.
Afterward, Linscott built a full set of congas from fiberglass and found a blacksmith to provide the hardware.
She worked as a waitress at Dingwalls in Camden Town and kept the congas in the cloakroom to jam with the bands that played there.
After seeing a poster at the African Centre in Covent Garden for "Mustapha Tete Ade – Master Drummer from Ghana," she took the drum to his rhythms class to learn African rhythms.
The class instructor, a visitor from Africa who was associated with the British Consulate, recognized her as a natural talent and offered to give her private lessons.
Her professional break came when she played with the band Kokomo one evening, and was hired by the band as a percussionist.
The band signed with Epic Records through Steve O'Rourke, Pink Floyd's manager, who then took over management of the band Kokomo.
Linscott went on to work with Robert Palmer on the album Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley.
Later she heard that Palmer was looking for a percussionist to go on tour, and after contacting him was hired.
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