Saxon Jones Announces Solo Releases For Alternative Music Fans
Saxon Jones offers solo releases for alternative music fans.
He has a reputation for tackling tough issues and tapping real feelings. Saxon offers music that explores a wide range of topics and issues. It’s time to give this a real listen. Sometimes lyrics span generations and continents to find the truth. Audiences of all ages are discovering their voice in music with original compositions. For years Saxon has written and played perfecting the message and delivery. The listening is easy. Feeling is the hard part. But this is music everyone understands.
This is an artist with plenty to share. Audiences appreciate the honesty and clarity. You really should catch the latest videos on YouTube. There's always something new. It's the West Coast sound of a new generation. Reality isn't always terrible. Saxon Jones is establishing his voice in the music world with a stack of new releases. You won't want to miss a single exciting release from this performer. If you like music you will like what Saxon Jones brings to his releases. This artists is all about Intimate sounds with thought provoking lyrics. This is a music career that is clearly going to catch a fan base. You won’t want to miss "Converse" by Saxon Jones. Give it a listen.
About Saxon Jones
Saxon Jones is a Performance Artist from Nashville, Tennessee and Dallas Texas. He was born in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. At the age of 14 he was accepted into Interlochen Arts Academy in northern Michigan, where he studied Theatre, Voice and Dance. He took up guitar and began to write songs. Saxon is currently a Senior at California Institute of the Arts, majoring in Theater and Performance Art. Saxon Jones offers songwriter releases music fans.
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