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Foster Jones

Foster Jones

Americana / Acoustic / Singer/Songwriter Nashville, IN  US
Ribbon 50% of sales go to the charity Sweet Relief.
One Of The Country Sons
One Of The Country Sons
Finer Things
Finer Things
Moonlight Eye
Moonlight Eye

Videos

FOSTER JONES: "Finer Things" - Oct 27, 2012

Photos

  • FOSTER JONES feat. Carolyn Dutton (violin)
  • Frank Jones sunning in Brown County State Park

Members

Jeff Foster

Guitar

Frank Jones

Vocals

About

Label: AntiSnus Music, StringDancer Music

Manager: Dewey Hafta Doodis

Bio: Hailing from the famous artist colony of Nashville in beautiful Brown County Indiana, singer-songwriter Frank Jones and guitarist Jeff Foster put an absurdly creative spin on everything they play. And when accompanied by the fabulous Carolyn "Duchess" Dutton on violin, the musical fireworks signi...See Full Bio

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“They bill themselves as "the architects of acoustic mayhem". There's an element of truth to that, I suppose, in the improvisational attitude they bring to their music. You can tell these guys are winging it a lot of the time, confident in their ability to listen and go where the music takes them. No two renditions of any tune they play are ever the same.”

— Facebook post

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Q: Hey Foster/Jones , is the corn crib lounge still a dump ? Is it the only place left in Nashville to play ? Can you be heard over the banter of the rednecks ?

A: You seem to imply that the Corncrib has been a dump in the past, which would necessarily be a subjective opinion. We prefer to think of it as rustic. Next, there are probably more places to play in Nashville now than ever. Finally, being heard over the banter of rednecks is not at all impossible assuming one has sufficient wattage. Plus... we kinda like rednecks, so....

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Thu Aug 23 2012

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  • Song Plays +1 2,235
  • Video Plays 167
  • Total Fans 368
  • ReverbNation Fans 102
  • Facebook Likes 162
  • YouTube Subscribers 54
  • Widget Impressions +2 13,465

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