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Andrew Jones to release debut solo single "Reminds Me of You"

Hello there!

I am pleased to announce the release of my debut solo single "Reminds Me of You" across all platforms on the 14th February.



A bit about me... I'm Andrew Jones, a Country Singer/Songwriter from Oxfordshire in the UK. I've been performing on the UK Country scene for around 10 years now, fronting a couple of different bands and I thought it was time to share my personal stories with the Country music family. 

Last year I was lucky enough to jump straight back in to performing for BBC Introducing at Countryfile Live along with some other major festivals and support slots. I have a number of shows and events in the works for 2020.

My new song "Reminds Me of You" is a journey through life on the road away from home, missing your loved ones and the small things which can remind you of emotions you feel when they are around. As a musician, there can be a constant struggle for balance between the music and the home life. I never really focused on these feelings while I was in the moment but on reflection it was a real ache to be away so regularly. Depending on how you're feeling it can also evoke the memories of loved ones lost.


To learn a bit more about me as an artist please visit - http://andrewjonesmusic.uk

Cheers,

Andrew

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