There's been a lot happening here in my (new)
neck of the woods.
A few months ago, I finally made
the move from Minneapolis, MN to Austin, TX. I've been busy writing material
for my second record, playing some shows and scouting out local talent for the Texas
version of 'Her Wicked Ways'. And soon be writing a regular blog for Outlaw Magazine--very excited to share my music and thoughts on this cool
been just a little over a year since our debut album, 'Queen of the Devil's Rodeo'
came out. I'm really happy we've had such a positive response from critics,
fellow musicians and music fans! We'd like everyone to hear the record...so...drumroll,
We're now offering our debut album, 'Queen of the Devil's Rodeo' FREE on our website. Download
You'll probably either love it or hate it, but it will not bore
you, guaranteed. We think it's sassy, irreverent, murderous and sometimes a little
heartbreaking, but we'd love to hear your thoughts!
what some folks are saying about 'Queen of the Devil's Rodeo'...
channeled her contrarian spirit into a first album, Queen of the Devil's
Rodeo. Sung in a folksy, countrified style that's been dubbed "neo-twang",
the album... contains 12 wry, darkly ironic story songs ..." -Tad Simons, Entertainment Editor, Mpls. St. Paul Magazine
up in Minnesota, Jezebel Jones was influenced by her surroundings which included
a lot of straight-laced Pentecostal preaching and people watching. And, you know
what they say about a good girl gone bad! Maybe that’s the reason why her
disc is so fun to listen to. There are quite a few stories here about people who
have, well, fallen from grace. Her art as a storyteller comes across on the
very first song..." -Chuck Dauphin, MusicNewsNashville.com
"...Minneapolis' own queen of gothic country..."
-Dave Hoenack, CityPages, Gimme Noise
"Part cabaret cowpunk and part cheeky country..." - John Gjaltema, Alt-Country.NL
"A clever debut"
- Freddy Celis, Rootstime.be
But judge for yourself! Download 'Queen of the Devil's Rodeo' now. It's free.
It's fun. We think you'll dig it.
Peace be with you, fellow musicians--hoping 2013 brings you much joy & creativity,