Eryn Jones was born in the hills of Glendale, California, and later moved with her family to the hills of eastern Tennessee. She has had a passion for music for as long as she can remember, and enjoys utilizing her talents for others’ enjoyment. Eryn started playing piano and violin at the age of 9, added guitar when she was 12, and began playing the Celtic harp a few years later. She has been playing professionally in restaurants and weddings since the winter of 2005. She also worked as a singing waitress at The Farmhouse Inn and Restaurant in Butler, Tennessee. Her style on guitar is that of folk, but includes some Stevie Nicks, James Taylor and similar classics. Her piano repertoire includes everything from show tunes such as Memory and Bring in the Clowns to traditional hymns. She plays the harp with an intriguing Celtic flair, accenting favorites old and new, traditional and contemporary, with a touch of new life.
Eryn won 4 awards at the Grandfather Mountain Scottish Highlands Festival near Boone, North Carolina. Awards include the Most Promising Harper plaque which had been previously given to Sue Richards, a now world-renowned harpist.