Copious Jones played a show of a lifetime at Smith’s Olde Bar. The celebration
featured a large collection of their closest friends and “family” and
they kept it comfortable and easy going. Singer-songwriters Donna Hopkins, Carly
Gibson, B.J. Wilbanks and Julia Latimer were also there to support the band by playing
one song at a time and then collaborating with one another on certain songs. One
of the best parts about the night was that there was no specific set time for any
of the acts. All of the musicians traded guitars and spots at the mikes throughout
the whole night, keeping the music constant."
— Codi Glancy, Atlanta
Roddenbery and Diane Durrett joined to bring a bit of percussion and back up before
set break saw Carly Gibson and B.J. Wilbanks onto stage for a shift into a more
“I love these two, man,” Roddenberry told another patron over the din
of the music and crowd."
— Jessica Williams, TuckerPatch
part, (Caroline) Aiken says she was 'amazed at Gibson's ability at the age of 17.
Her sensibilities, talent, and dedication to her art are obvious, at such a young
— Sharon Hall, The