Ashley Jones
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Ashley Jones

Tampa, Florida, United States | INDIE

Tampa, Florida, United States | INDIE
Band Pop Singer/Songwriter


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"Florida-born singer-songwriter Ashley Jones"

Jones' music mixes the effortless melodies of vintage Carole King with insightful lyrics akin to early Jackson Browne, delivered with an exceptional singing voice backed with impressive guitar chops. - Skipper's Smokehouse, Tampa

"An artist in complete command of her talents"

Reviewed by Ellen Woloshin

This artist is extremely musical and has total command over her instruments both vocally and as a guitarist. Her guitar work on upbeat songs is spirited and percussive while in softer songs her gentle picking is proficiently executed. her voice is strong, especially in the mid-range. When higher notes come into play, they go to a breathy, more angelic place that is vulnerable yet appealing.

On a cold and blustery New York City night, Jones played to a packed room at one of New York's premier venues. She immediately engaged the audience with stories and songs recounting her time in Rwanda, which added a unique spin to her show.

Jones' straightforward and powerful delivery will certainly continue to win her many fans and solidify her place in the live circuit. - Music Connection Magazine


The World Should See Her Face - EP from Rwanda, released January 5, 2010
Songs About Falling - Full-length, released May 14, 2009
To Feel Alive Around Here - Full-length, May 2006
To Hold You Over - EP, 2004
Flowers on My Birthday - EP, 2002



Florida-born singer-songwriter, Ashley Jones started her music career as a student in Tallahassee, FL, then made her way to New York City, where she found herself taking the stage at some of the Big Apple's most respected music venues (CB's, The Living Room, The Bitter End, The Knitting Factory). After six years of city living, Ashley's next musical adventure took her across the ocean to Rwanda, where she hoped to capture in song the supernatural hope within the next generation of a country defined by poverty, sickness and genocide. Now she's back in the USA with "Songs About Falling" (her full-length album with hits like "It's Not Love" and "New York is Like a Boyfriend") and the EP she recorded entirely in Rwanda titled "The World Should See Her Face".