Jezebel Jones, mujer
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  • BigChoupique

    Nice collection of artists. You have your songs on here?

    8 Ago 2011 Responder
  • cobson10

    Hi! I'll follow your career very closely, You have a great voice, feeling and everything you need, why do some unreason in the descriptions of your music is gothic? more fit dark folk, but your beautiful red hair to match the gothic scene;) I'll be waiting for your CD and I hope that soon buy it! Greetings:))

    25 Feb 2011 Responder
  • golava

    Hi Jezebel how you doing ? How goes the new album

    19 Jun 2010 Responder
  • Ursulabear

    awesom taste friend!

    21 May 2010 Responder
  • Juthael

    Great. My next destinations, so. Ever been around here in Europe?

    22 Dic 2009 Responder
  • Juthael

    Thanks for this musical and virtual friendship ! Hey, speaking of the "Wrong Eyed Jesus", have you ever been in those scary and fascinating small towns of the South ? You're from MN, right? That's a long way... I'd like to see the southern States one day, though i'm not sure my intellectual-rationnalist-european-narrow mind would be appreciated there...

    22 Dic 2009 Responder
  • Juthael

    Then, believe me, that should be your next priority in life to see them! First you think you're going to a rock'n roll show, and then the man starts to sing with something more-than-human in his eyes and you really feel like you're going to collapse and speak in tongues... Intense. (And hard to express in english for me :-)

    6 Nov 2009 Responder
  • Juthael

    16 Horsepower changed my life too ! It was in 1996, I was 15, they were opening for a french band I loved, Noir Desir. I was hypnotized... Saw them - and Woven Hand - many times since. (I'm listening to your songs on MySpace, by the way... Like it!)

    5 Nov 2009 Responder

    Welcome aboard, jezebeljones! Happy listening.

    27 Ago 2009 Responder


Jezebel Jones is an emerging artist who spins her roots—lots of Pentecostal church-going, traveling and human observation—into clever, modern tales of lecherous preachers, drunk & disorderly guitar players and untimely deaths. Her first album, "Queen of the Devil's Rodeo" was released November 14, 2011.

Born in Seattle, raised on a small farm in Northern Minnesota, Jezebel grew up singing and playing tambourine at church, taking care of an assortment of animals and trying to reconcile her wild ideas (and wardrobe) with the family's strict religious beliefs.

At age 18, rebellion struck with a vengeance, and Jezebel started listening to rock & roll, making out with boys, drinking and—perhaps worst of all—became a DJ at a local radio station. After studying Communications and Philosophy, Jezebel eventually moved to Minneapolis where she began to thrive in the diverse Twin Cities art/music scene.

In 2008, she fell in love with a Vintage Gibson guitar and the songs began to flow—ditties about her childhood, past loves and especially about her tumultuous relationship with religion. In 2010 Jezebel Jones & Her Wicked Ways was formed and started playing the Twin Cities and Austin, TX music scenes, where they’ve gained an increasingly loyal following, especially among fellow musicians.

Jezebel has been featured on Balcony (Austin) and has made numerous appearances on Twin Cities radio. She’s been mentioned in the Star Tribune, The Pioneer Press, Mpls/St. Paul Magazine, as well as local television affiliates ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX.