Fuzzy Jones is a singer in the truest sense of the word, crafting powerful songs, lyrics and arrangements that hark back to the sound of the female vocalists from the sixties. These are delivered with a unique vocal identity, powerful, emotional, fragile. In contrast to contemporary pop vocalists, Fuzzy Jones has a unique sound, precise in its articulation, surprising in its phrasing and clear in its message. Her songs display narrative many can understand and relate too and no-one can fail to be moved by them as evidenced by her live performance feedback and gig attendance. She conjures up vivid urban tales of the everyday and her lyrics draw you in around melamine tables, of kitsch faded orange cafes.
“Fuzzy’s voice is like something you heard in a dream, truly original.” Corinne Bailey Rae
Miss Jones likes to describe her music as “a tea party with Joni Mitchell and David Bowie, where Burt Bacharach occasionally pops by for a coffee.” She has cited influence from 60s and 70s musicians such as Grace Slick & Jefferson Airplane, Julie Driscoll & Brian Auger, David Bowie, Serge Gainsbourg, The Beatles, Nancy Priddy, Jimmy Webb, Scott Walker and Dusty Springfield. She would like to add..."but the number one lady who changed my musical life was Billie Holiday!"