Saxon Jones Completes Live Performances For Fans
Saxon Jones completes live performances for fans. Saxon Jones records provocative original composition.
Audiences are discovering the sound that Saxon Jones delivers. Nothing beats the right music at the right time. Find out what everyone is talking about. Time to enjoy the tunes and phrases that make you want to own the CD. His songs touch on the common joys and pain we all share. Saxon Jones puts more than a twist on it. He makes it sing. It's all in the music and Saxon writes it. Smart lyrics and memorable tunes. Nothing beats the right music at the right time. Find out what everyone is talking about. Sit back and listing, this is music you can enjoy.
Saxon takes you on a three to five minute lyric induced daydream. From Pop Gold to West Coast Blues it's the perfect variety. Saxon is clearly at home live with a guitar but "Converse" proves he can take command in the studio too. This is a music career that is clearly going to catch a fanbase. It just makes sense, makes music you love to hear. With a solid stream of new releases Saxon Jones is establishing his voice in the music world. Clubs looking for quality live entertainment will be lining up to book Saxon Jones. You won’t want to miss "Mr. Right" by Saxon Jones. Give it a try.
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 records artist releases music fans.
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