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Finally back in Tacoma, I'll be doing a solo show with guitar and piano. This will be a fun night. I've never been to Treos but I've heard its a cool place. Great food. Coffee, wine and beer. Come on out.......
I'll be playing with Betsy Olson band and Higgsfield. I open at 9:00 sharp. After 17 years I finally get to share the stage with my good and extremely talented friend Rebecca Young. Come on down for some great music.
I'll be doing a solo acoustic and piano. other acts to be announced soon.
It's an all acoustic evening with Ian on Piano. Rane stone & JT Phillips headline the show joined by Ian Jones, John Kingsley and Marissa & Ariah all starting at 8pm $4 and it's always all ages at 88 keys.
I open on solo acoustic and piano. Come on down for some great music. should be a fun night.......
Sounds Like: Ryan Adams, Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, David Gray
Bio: Over the last 20 years, I’ve made a handful of albums and EP’s, none of which were really done correctly. Either we’d go into a friend’s basement studio and bang out some songs, or we’d try to do it ourselves. I even did one record all by myself, every instrument, mixing, the whole 9 yards. It to...See Full Bio
“The album begins with the Beatles via Oasis-esque “Sweet Today”, though Jones takes it to another level with his soulful, emotive voice. “Dream of You” reveals a little Ryan Adams influence at play and “Sweet Sensamilla” is dense with assorted keys and a rolling rhythm. Perhaps he’s at his best when he slows things down on tracks like “Taken for a Fool” and “I Know This Time You're Leaving” but to be honest, he doesn’t do much wrong over the album’s 43 minutes. Fans of all the above, from The Beatles to Carole King, should take some time out and listen.”