Country singer-songwriter Caroline Jones to perform acoustic concert in Colorado Springs to benefit St. Jude
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) – Caroline Jones is a country music sensation, featuring a special acoustic performance, live in Colorado Springs on December 2 to benefit St. Jude. Jones has toured with Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Zac Brown Band, Kenny Chesney, The Eagles, Jimmy Buffet and opened for The Rolling Stones.
The tickets cost $ 25 and 100 percent of that money will go to help kids fight cancer. FROM WEDNESDAY EVENING THE SHOW IS SOLD OUT. Also join Jones:
Growing up, Caroline and her family traveled often to visit Colorado Springs and found a great community connection here that kept her coming back. Poetry and writing inspired her to pursue a career in country music.
The Rolling Stones have declared her one of the “10 Country Artists You Must Know”. On her latest album, Caroline wrote and co-produced her new single “Come In (But Don’t Make Yourself Comfortable)”, a sassy single, with “No Daylight”, which has an island light feel, recently released on his album Antipodes.
With a new edge in her music, she stays true to the classic country sound. Caroline brings Sirius XM’s Art & Soul to life when not on tour and stays connected with her listeners, through Facebook and Instagram lives, intimate acoustic performances and conversations.
âThis album is largely based on the last year of my life,â says Jones. âI fell in love, got engaged and also spent much of this year in New Zealand during the pandemic. A very unexpected and fortuitous chapter in my life, spending most of the pandemic in New Zealand. I’m going to be touring this Antipodes album and at some point next year I’m sure I’ll get the creative itch again. It was such a big undertaking for me, this record because I co-produced and wrote every song.
You can watch an interview with Caroline Jones above. To learn more about his music and upcoming tours, click here.
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