Jess Jones performing "Carpe Diem" with Kimber Springs and Israel Carrillo.
Same Thing is about not having enough hours in a day or days in a week. It's about overloading with work to the point that there's no time to make music. For me it was a waking up point after moving to Los Angeles when I realized I wasn't where I had pictured myself being.
Starting with guitar at the age of only 13, Jess Jones became quickly attached to writing music and soon after, began writing full songs. Studying classical guitar and voice at the Crane Music School opened her up to more options and influence as a songwriter and performer. It was around that time Jones joined an a cappella group and shortly after, a duo group called From Another Mister. The group performed around campus as well as the Wildcard Music Festival in Buffalo NY. It wasn't until relocating to Los Angeles that the songwriter began collaborating with other artists to release a debut EP.
03.29 Westwood Village Farmers Market 12-6pm
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04.14 Imbibe Wine @ 6:30
04.15 Riverbench Winery @ 1pm
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8.08 Whirled Pies @ 6pm
08.10 Hideout Saloon
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Indie/Folk fusion Jess Jones confesses her shortcomings on tranquil new single ‘Same Thing’.
After launching her solo career last year with a delightful debut EP in Roots, the burgeoning LA-based act promptly received radio play from WEQX and WAIH, respectively.
Since then, Jess has picked up performance slots at iconic LA venues such as The Study, The Mint, Silverlake Lounge and, most recently, The Orange County Fair.
Her first official release of 2017, ‘Same Thing’ addresses Jess’ own fears of artistic inadequacy, as she attempts to find a medium between making music and managing her often overwhelming workload.
‘Same Thing’ is now available to buy or download.
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