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“Jones has one of those voices with a real pop sentimentality, it just works so well. She has a great range and feels confident and strong...You may pay too much attention to it and not realize that the gal also happens to write some real great tunes to boot. Listen to the lyrics people, she has got something to say.”
— Brian Carroll, Red Line Roots


Kaiti Jones has been making her home in the Boston folk scene since 2010. A  native of Portland, Maine, she spent four years in Nashville, falling in love with Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, and Flannery O’Connor and gravitating toward her now beloved ballad form before returning to her northern roots. 

Jones’ first two releases were EPs - “Arise Child” in 2009, written and recorded in Nashville, and “Growing Things,” her first Boston release in 2013. For her first full-length album, VOWS, she teamed up with Golden Bear Records (The Well Pennies) in Des Moines, Iowa and released the album at the end of 2017 to a sold-out room at Club Passim in Cambridge. 

Jones’ music is Americana soaked in melancholy, with the occasional foot stomper thrown in for good measure. Her voice is simultaneously earthy and ethereal, carrying the listener a few feet off the ground on a cloud of rich, sophisticated melodies while whispering truth and contemplating the human condition through good old-fashioned storytelling.

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Kaiti jones has played at:

City Winery (Boston, MA)

Club Passim (Cambridge, MA)

Atwood's Tavern (Cambridge, MA)

The Spire Center (Plymouth, MA) 

Red Room at Cafe 939 (Boston, MA)

Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, MA)

The Lizard Lounge (Cambridge, MA)

Cantab Lounge (Cambridge, MA)

The Burren (Somerville, MA)

Hotel Cafe (Los Angeles, CA)

The Rutledge (Nashville, TN)

One Longfellow Square (Portland, ME)

Blue (Portland, ME)


Session Americana

Hayley Sabella

The Mallett Brothers Band

Julia Mark

Joe Kenneally

Eva Walsh

Emily Haviland Baker

Sybilline (Hannah Daman & the Martelle Sisters)

Andrew Martelle

Austin Manuel

Mark Trussell 

Evan P. Donohue


Arise Child EP (2009)

Growing Things EP (2013)

VOWS LP ( 2017)