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“Laney Jones is one spunky bluegrass musician. You’ve gotta love it. She’s got the chops. She’s got the tunes. She’s tearing up the bluegrass circuit with her band, the Lively Spirits. A DJ once referred to her voice as “mixture of lemon, molasses, gin, and gun powder.” After listening to her songs, I totally understand that comparison.”
“Folk-Americana singer, Laney Jones was meant for country music, and it was meant for her. Just listen to the track “Broken Hearts” and see if you can imagine her doing anything else. Her voice resembles those of the First Aid Kit girls. So rich and clear, you could cut it with a knife. This banjo toting singer/songwriter is dedicated to honing her craft as she is currently studying at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Laney’s got a few festival and coffee shop shows coming up from now into December. Be sure to go get your toe tappin’ on!”
"Her voice is a mixture of lemon, molasses, gin and gun powder..."
"Wow! I’m sure most members of the audience were not familiar with Laney before the show. I sensed that she won over most people with her warmth and talent. She was completely at ease on the stage, starting out playing the ukelele and ending on the banjo...Her songs are well-written, with lyrics that are sometimes playful and sometimes serious. They’re always good though. I think the music world will be seeing a lot of Miss Laney Jones in the future."
"The experience of listening to her music (is)....like being hit with a surge of sincerity."
"Young Mount Dora singer-songwriter Laney Jones is a little bit folk and a little bit jazz, but all old-time. And at her album release party (July 12, Lil Indies), she and her band packed the little house and waxed it all in golden, time-frozen amber with their charming Americana sound. But its all in her voice, and its a thing that brims with as much sweet innocence as it does rich craft."
"There is a special talent brewing in Florida. Laney Jones has spirit and a beautiful voice. I have rarely heard someone take a ukelele and so capture my attention. A touch of old time music, a touch of her own creativity..."
“There's a lot of wonderful old-time music at the heart of this show, delivered skillfully by the musical trio of Laney Jones (on ukulele and banjo), Bill Jickell (mandolin) and Chris Campbell (upright bass). Jones, in particular, shines as the "aw, shucks" troubadour who sets the scenes with understated charm.”