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Tameca Jones / Press

“Tameca Jones is not a good interview if you’re trying to get facts about her career, her philosophies on the music business or where she sees herself in five years. If you want to know what year the singer joined 8 Million Stories or when she briefly moved to San Francisco after the neo-soul band broke up, her math begins with how old her twins, now 11, were at the time, followed by subtraction that’s more complicated than it should be.”

“Tameca is Tameca Jones, an Austin native now living in New Braunfels. She’s a single mother raising twins and also one of the hardest working artists in Central Texas. She has been performing as a singer here since 2007, either as a solo artist or as a vocalist with such groups as Flyjack and Will Taylor & Strings Attached. She has a long running residency at the Continental Gallery every Thursday night and plays at Z Tejas on a regular basis. Her shows at The Elephant Room draw sellout crowds with lines up the stairs and down the street. She’s headlined at Threadgills and opened for Smokey Robinson, David Sanborn, Robert Cray, and The Blind Boys of Alabama to name just a few.”

“Tameca Jones, an Austin native, is making a name for herself as a singer at a time of popular revival for soul and R&B artists in the US and the UK, but her own sound embraces a wide range of genres, including sixties and seventies rock and roll, grunge, pop, and funk. Ms. Jones lights up the Continental Club Gallery every Thursday night with infectious and grooveable covers ranging from Rubber Soul era Beatles to Led Zeppelin to Chaka Khan, all with a jazz-inspired vocal performance that drips with expression and showcases a fantastic set of pipes.”