Tag Archives: Justin Jones

Justin Jones – Little Fox video

Singer songwriter Justin Jones invites a bunch of his talented friends to perform with him at Iota in Clarendon tonight, including Chaim Rubenstein, Laura Tsaggaris, Shannon Carey of Luray, his fellow Deadman Josh Read, and Mark Charles Heidinger of Vandaveer. With a stellar lineup like that, how can you refuse? Here’s the video for the title track to Justin’s 2010 EP Little Fox, on 9:30 Records.


Justin Jones – Christmas Night video

This is the last Hometown Sounds DC music video of the day post for 2012. Next week we’ll be counting down our top 5 DC music videos of the year, and it was not easy picking only 5 from such a long list of great videos. Come back all next week for the best of the best!

Justin Jones closes out the year with a touching and mellow video for Christmas Night, from his 2012 solo album As It Turns Out. Hometown Sounds wishes everyone in DC and beyond a happy and safe holiday season, and much more music and fun in 2013.


Justin Jones – As It Turns Out video

Have you heard of the Dupont Underground? This new project aims to convert the huge unused space underneath Dupont Circle into an arts and performance space. Tonight there’s a fundraiser for the project at the Eastern Market Main Hall. Music for the fundraiser is curated by DC Setlist, and includes Alex Minoff, Margot MacDonald and Justin Jones. The party includes raffles, portraits, DJ Todd Love Supreme and lots more. We’re hopping on the bandwagon today with Justin Jones’s music video for As It Turns Out, from his recent release Fading Light. The video by David Y. Lee captures the atmosphere of Justin’s performances, and makes for a great game of “guess the venues”.


Justin Jones – Miracles video

DC music video of the day! Justin Jones has been plying his radio-friendly Americana rock in this town for a number of years now, previously fronting his band The Driving Rain and now going solo under the wing of the 9:30 Club’s record label. The slickly produced video for Miracles, from his brand new album Fading Light, could finally bring much-deserved wider attention to this local talent.