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“. . .a Pacific Northwest discovery that deserves your immediate attention.This amazing female artist is a cut above all the rest.”
"Courtney Jones is a safe bet for being the “Next Big Thing” out of Portland. You can't draw the attention that has been given to her debut album on accident."
“Like critically acclaimed songstress Missy Higgins, she’s a master of brave-yet-vulnerable, clear-eyed songwriting, and already outclasses most of her major label peers.”
“Her songwriting is tight and smart, but it's the strength and clarity of her voice that sets this Portland artist apart.”
"Given her authoritative delivery, it's hard to believe that Awake & Dreaming marks Courtney Jones' debut. Jones' vibrant vocals and infectious songs make her sound more like a seasoned veteran than a newcomer. . .a solid bid for well-deserved recognition."
"Courtney Jones is one of Portland's best emerging artists. It's only a matter of time before the world outside Portland finds this out . . . "
“She is the artist every singer-songwriter wants to be: charming, modest, and unquestionably talented... Her observational songwriting style results in genre-bending music that is rich, catchy and intelligent.”
“Jones has a sultry, strong Amy Lee (Evanescence) voice that holds its own among the myriad of sounds that threaten to turn her into the next, well, Amy Lee.”
“Armed with an outstanding voice, exemplary piano playing and intelligent songs, Courtney Jones is poised to break into the big time.”
"will inevitably draw comparison to Sarah McLachlan with her ethereal tone and phrasing, delivers a track that can help her to carve out an identity of her own. With the dramatic production of Peter Malick (Norah Jones), she performs a haunting, heartfelt vocal . . ."
"Courtney Jones offers something that resonates with most people looking for depth, substance and intelligence in their music. . ."
"Courtney's music is frequently compared to the likes of Sarah McLachlan, Norah Jones, and Anna Nalick. The comparisons are warranted, as she has a sound which falls into this genre and the talent to make lists that include these ladies."