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Misty Jones / Press

“GALLERY: March singer songwriter Misty Jones signs record deal A budding singer songwriter has moved a step closer to the big time after signing a record deal with a Fenland studio. March singer Misty Jones has joined Cherry Blossom Records, an independent label which supports local songwriters. Cherry Blossom Records is run by Jed Wild, who owns Cherry Tree Recording Studio near Christchruch. Last year it released an album called Unsigned in the East, showcasing unsigned Fenland talent. To find out more about Cherry Blossom records visit www.cherrytreerecordingstudio.com”

“High hopes for Misty in competition misty jones Singer/songwriter Misty Jones from March is through to the regional finals of a prestigious singing competition after entering the Open Mic UK auditions held in London’s Camden Town. If Misty is successful at the regionals on October 13, she will be heading for the final within the iconic 02 in London with the hope of being signed. Sixteen-year-old Misty has been gigging in Peterborough and has appeared at many Fenland events including The Big Gig, March Summer Festival and Chatteris Party in the Park. Along with practicing her singing and song writing skills, Misty has also been studying for her GCSE exams which she passed.”

Fenland Citizen

“About this event The line up for Our Big Gig being organised on March’s Market Place has been confirmed! The event is being managed by 20TwentyProductions and will take place on Sunday 14th July from 2pm and the whole event is COMPLETELY FREE! Our Big Gig will be showcasing some of the best local talent around while also getting the local community involved! There will be workshops related to music throughout the day on the Market Place and in March Town Hall. Local performers include, Misty Jones, Radiowave, March and District Operatic Society (MADAOS), Wild Honey, Ain’t Misbehavin’ and 20TwentyProductions own Youth Theatre. ”

“It’s no mystery why this Misty is making serious waves on the musical front Misty, 15, will be at the festival on Saturday June 8 and also at Party in the Park in Chatteris on June 29. Then it is off to Peterborough on July 13 for the bigger Peterborough Willow Festival. Misty, who describes herself as: “a singer/songwriter with a passion for music”, had to audition against thousands of other acts to win her slot in the acoustic tent in the Peterborough event. The Willow Festival attracted in excess of 50,000 visitors over the three days in 2012. Misty has performed across Cambridgeshire including the Junction in Cambridge, however, her largest crowd so far has been a modest 200 in comparison to what she can expect come July. Far from being put off Misty said she was “really excited” adding: “I have always wanted to perform in front of large crowds”. ”

“MARCH: Full round up of Summer Festival The weather remained mild as the usual huge audience watched Lisa Dickinson’s Dance Mania and Sarah’s Street Style Dance perform, interspersed with brief performances by the talented young artists Misty Jones and Dan Austin and the promising young band, Radiowave.”

“Willow Festival for Misty March schoolgirl Misty Jones will be performing at the Willow Festival in Peterborough in July. This is a great achievement for the 15-year-old singer/songwriter and she is very excited about the gig. Misty, who is sitting her GCSEs at Neale-Wade Academy in March, will also be performing at March Summer Festival and Chatteris in the Park.”

“It’s no mystery why this Misty is making serious waves on the musical front ”

“It’s no mystery why this Misty is making serious waves on the musical front NEALE Wade Academy singer/songwriter Misty Jones will be appearing at the March Summer Festival. Misty, 15, will be at the festival on Saturday June 8 and also at Party in the Park in Chatteris on June 29. Then it is off to Peterborough on July 13 for the bigger Peterborough Willow Festival. Misty, who describes herself as: “a singer/songwriter with a passion for music”, had to audition against thousands of other acts to win her slot in the acoustic tent in the Peterborough event. The Willow Festival attracted in excess of 50,000 visitors over the three days in 2012. Misty has performed across Cambridgeshire including the Junction in Cambridge, however, her largest crowd so far has been a modest 200 in comparison to what she can expect come July. Far from being put off Misty said she was “really excited” adding: “I have always wanted to perform in front of large crowds”.”