Press

“Jones attacks each song with the vigor of a wildcatter yet maintains a dusky undercurrent that drips with sensuality.” – Jazz Times”

“Traditional jazz in a cabaret style” – Audiophile

She lets both the poetry of a song embrace her as well as how she holds the song itself in a long embrace” JazzdaGama

“The kickoff track to vocalist Carolyn Lee Jones’ Bon Appetit! sets the palate for an intimate set of straight-ahead jazz…hip selection…swinging side dish…superb accompaniment.” – Jazziz Magazine”

Sophistication, style and panache, all qualities you hope to fine when listening to a jazz vocalist.  All About Vocals.com

“Sultry, sensitive and seductive, Dallas jazz chanteuse Carolyn Lee Jones beguiles with her remarkable sophomore outing, The Performer” – Steve Carter – Dallas Modern Luxury Magazine

“This oxymoron, Fresh Vintage, quite accurately conveys the character of the vocalist’s repertoire and the niche that she occupies on the jazz scene.” Jazz Quad Review Europe

” Jones’ voice is stellar…smooth and steady, that’s the ticket.”Audiophile Review

Terrific artistry and instant communication of the lyrics and mood. Carolyn Lee Jones is one of Dallas’ best female vocalists – her popular repertoire is fresh…” “She can wrap us around her finger with the simplest lyric and melody line or fascinate us with her mixture of styles.  Simply stated, she just HAS it and here it is for everyone’s enjoyment.” – Amazon Five Star Reviews

 “Carolyn Lee Jones is elegance personified.  We were privileged to have her perform in our inaugural Sammons Cabaret Season and she delivered an exciting and memorable performance.  Her voice is warm, silky and polished and her style is captivating and irresistible.” – Joanna St Angelo, Executive Director – Sammons Center For the Arts, Dallas Texas”

“Miss Jones has, in fact, attempted something that is not easy to do; to seize upon the theme of love and sustain it with smokey seductiveness through an entire album of songs.”JazzdaGama

” Unlike many entertainers who style themselves as vocalists (willingly or by default), Ms. Jones can actually sing. In song after song, she showed a level of breath control that enabled her to stretch a phrase and play with the pitch, volume, and timbre long after many other singers would have simply moved on.” – Richard E Evans – Music and Theater Reviews – Dallas, TX

“She became a full time jazz singer and band leader in 2008,… she’s a singer with a rich, flexible range, expressing herself admirably in song.” – CD Review Bebop Spoken Here – United Kingdom