Kasi Jones
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Kasi Jones

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE
Band Pop Soul




"Taking it to the Streets w/ SInger Songwriter Kasi Jones"

"Kasi has such a beautiful voice, it has so much emotion in it..." - Tried and Tested Beauty

"Kasi Jones Mtv Voices"

"US based young singer/songwriter Kasi Jones gave MTV VOICES her fresh and fun take..." - mtvvoices.com

""Kasi Jones is astonishing..." Eliot Zwiebach, Cabaret Scenes"

Kasi Jones is astonishing — a talented singer who makes her art seem completely effortless.
If it wasn’t clear from her first song — Eubie Blake and Andy Razaf’s “My Handy Man Ain’t Handy No More,” in which she delivered all the double entendres with a combination of feigned innocence and self-assured sensuality — then it was certainly clear from her second number — the aptly titled “Astonishing,” from Little Women, the musical by Jason Howland and Mindi Dickstein, in which she sang about her ambitions (“I only know I’m meant for something more/ I’ve got to know if I can be/Astonishing.”)

Clearly, Jones, is meant for something more, exuding as she does all the confidence, charm, charisma and control of a seasoned performer with a great set of pipes—and it was only her cabaret debut!

There were a few high notes where she faltered a bit, and a brief attempt at scatting that missed the mark in Robert Hazard’s “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” but those were mere crumbs in a banquet of glorious singing that showed off Jones’ many facets in a dazzling swirl of talent that didn’t wane for a moment.

For much of the evening, one song was separated from the next by just a few words of autobiographical patter. This made it seem as if Jones was delivering one continuous aria of emotion, from the bitterness of Cole Porter’s “Love for Sale” to the declarations of a woman who knows she’s with the wrong man in “He’s No Good,” (Cy Coleman/Ira Gasman), to the defiance and ultimate regret of Andrew Lippa’s “Life of the Party” to the sweetness and beauty of Kander and Ebb’s “A Quiet Thing.”

She even brought an array of shifting emotions to an old war horse like “Keepin’ Out of Mischief Now,” by Fats Waller and Andy Razaf, and she capped the evening with Stephen Schwartz’s “Making Good,” which was cut from Wicked.

Jones was ably accompanied by Todd Schroeder, who got to perform several brief nimble-fingered solos and to do a bit of singing, though he seemed completely willing to let Jones shine.

When Jones stopped between songs at one point to consult her 13-year-old self, the youngster in her asked, “Are we a star yet?” All signs indicate she will be, once the world discovers this astonishing talent.

Elliot Zwiebach
Cabaret Scenes - Cabaret Scenes

""Kasi Jones has the strongest voice I've heard in sometime..." -Nick Faigin, Harvelles"

Kasi Jones has the strongest voice I've heard in sometime, and with her confident nonchalance and on-point delivery she plays a nice foil to Hibbs' sly, slick and wicked master of ceremonies.

Nick Faigin - Harvelles


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Kasi Jones is a Northwest girl at heart. Originally from Seattle, she relocated to LA, but had a hard time keeping her feet planted there. From doing club gigs in Tokyo by night while starring in Tokyo Disney Sea's production of Big Band Beat by day, to performing in the award winning, Lovelace: A Rock Opera at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, Jones stayed busy internationally, but made the decision to return to Los Angeles and pursue her solo music career.

Since returning to Los Angeles, she has graced television screens as a finalist on NBC's hit show The Voice, and shared the stage with some of the greatest musicians of our time, including backing rock n roll legend Roger Daltry at the world famous Hollywood Bowl, to opening for Grammy award winners Robin Thicke, Jamie Foxx and Ne Yo among others. Then there are her current projects, Broadway bound musical The Boy from New York City in which she plays the original diva Ruth Brown, and the upcoming release of her all original debut EP Beautiful Liar...To stay up to date please visit KasiJones.com and
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