Jenna & The Joneses

Jenna & The Joneses


Jenna & the Joneses have earned a reputation as one of East Tennessee's most in-demand bands. They wear a world of musical influences on their sleeves, from down-home blues to straight-up funk and Latin jazz. The Joneses create a soulful, funky, inspiring experience that you are sure to remember.


A "jam band" at heart, the Joneses are not content simply playing the music. They want to feel the music so that you can feel the music too. Each night is a new experience with this versatile and unpredictable group. You never know what you may get and neither do they! But, one thing is for sure; you will enjoy it as much as they enjoy bringing it to you.

The Joneses are proud to be on their 5th year as the house band of "Coyote Joe's" in Knoxville, Tennessee, where they serve as the host of "Bike Nite & Blues Jam". Each Thursday, some of Knoxville's best musicians, as well as some up and comers, join the Joneses to celebrate the blues in all of it's forms.

The Joneses brand of high energy, blues influenced music has earned them the "Best Blues Band 2006" award by Knoxville Metropulse readers as well as an invitation to compete in the 2007 International Blues Challenge in Memphis. At the IBC, the Joneses were a favorite of musicians, club staff, and the general public. During one set, the Joneses original gospel song, "Feelin' Better" brought the club staff out of the kitchen and took them straight to church, hands raised and clappin'. With this, the band considered their visit to Memphis a success!

Jenna & the Joneses has had the pleasure of performing alongside Stacy Mitchart (12/05), The Spencer Davis Group at the Knoxville Coliseum (6/05), and Big Bill Morganfield (12/04). As well as various local blues festivals.

They are especially proud of their commitment to perform at benefit concerts for everything from public radio, to hurricane relief, to breast cancer awareness.


Frequent Radio Play on WETS-FM, Johnson City, TN
Featured Performer on WETS-FM's one hour long program "Studio One": April 29, 2006
Self-Titled EP: released 2003

Set List

A mix of covers and originals with an emphasis on improvisation that cover the spectrum of Blues, R&B, Soul, Funk, Rock and Jazz. Typical sets are 1 hour long. Usually 3 sets performed in a given night.

Sample Song List (Alphabetical by title)

Anti-Love Song- Betty Davis
Can't Fool Me- Lucky Peterson
Can't Say No- Jimmie Vaughan
Cape Verdean Blues- Horace Silver
Cayman Review- Trey Anastasio
Chain of Fools- Aretha Franklin
Come To Mama- Koko Taylor
Dr. Feelgood- Aretha Franklin
Feelin' Better- Jenna & The Joneses
Helping Hand- Chris Cain
Jan Jan- Mose Davis
Last Night- Sara Jordan
Little By Little- Junior Wells
Look-Ka-Py-Py- The Meters
Man Sized Job- Koko Taylor
Monkey Business- Jon Cleary & the Absolute Monster Gentlemen
Moody Woman- Jenna & the Joneses
Pussycat Moan- Katie Webster
Refried Beans- Jenna & the Joneses
Same Old Blues- Freddie King
Shaky Ground- Delbert McClinton
Smiling Faces Sometimes- The Temptations
Some Kind of Wonderful- The Drifters