Singer-Songwriter Caroline Jones Releases Album with Shows in Central Florida

Caroline Jones music AntipodesMulti-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Caroline Jones returned to her home state of Florida for her album release tour, which included performances at Will’s Pub in Orlando on November 12th and Celebration’s Founders Day Weekend festival on November 13th. Caroline just released her anticipated sophomore album, Antipodes.

Antipodes reveals Caroline’s newfound edge while staying true to her classic country sound. Her new album boasts songs like the sassy single, “Come In (But Don’t Make Yourself Comfortable)” and the recently released “No Daylight”, an ethereal, island-y ballad brought to life through a self-shot official video chronicling Caroline’s love story as it unfolds across New Zealand.




Declared one of Rolling Stone’s “10 Country Artists You Need to Know” as “an ambitious, entrepreneurial guitar heroine primed to bring back the pop-country glory of the Nineties,” Caroline Jones wrote and co-produced her new lead single with Grammy and Academy Award-winning producer Ric Wake (Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston). Recently, Jones was on the road all summer performing as a special guest in Zac Brown Band on The Comeback Tour, she joined ZBB for a special CMA Awards performance and she was an opener for The Rolling Stones on 11/11. Jones played album release shows in her home state of Florida, including Key West and Tampa in addition to Orlando and Celebration.

Previously, Caroline has toured with the likes of Jimmy Buffett & the Eagles, Zac Brown Band & OneRepublic, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Vince Gill, Kip Moore, Kenny Chesney, Sara Evans, and Lee Brice, among others. Caroline has also shared the stage with both Buffett and Chesney which lead to a collaboration with the release of “Gulf Coast Girl” (ft. Jimmy Buffett, Kenny Chesney, Lukas Nelson and Mac McAnally as “The Pelicanaires”). 

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