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Carronne Jones

Carronne Jones is an award winning National Recording artist. She is a Maryland native and graduate from Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Like many, Carronne’s musical career started as a child singing in her church’s choir. However, most singers are not fortunate enough to have songwriters, producers, & musicians as parents. Being around her parents, Bishop Dr. Carroll & Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Jones, allowed Carronne to learn from and be exposed to some of the best musicians, producers, and National Gospel Recording artists. It can truly be said that the musical expressiveness and creativity around Carronne ignited a fire in her that exist to this day.

As she matured mentally and musically, Carronne started to think about pursuing a solo career.

Carronne said, “As long as I can remember, music has always been a part of my existence.”

Carronne has been gracing venues with her Soulful sound and a featured artist at the Black Heritage Arts festival in Baltimore, MD., National Public Radio, Charm City Improv, Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute & Cultural Center, Howard University’s Homecoming, The Baltimore Convention Center, The Lyric Opera House in Baltimore, Md., Prayzefest Gospel Hour TV show (Atlanta, Georgia), HGS Radio Concert, and AFRAM. Additionally, she has shared the stage with Vickie Winans, David Chance formerly of Ruff Endz; Kindred the Family Soul, Frank McComb, Jae Deal, Stellar award winners, Jessica Greene, Isaiah Thomas, Ernest Pugh, and many others.

Additionally, a featured artist in the Entertainment segment of “The Baltimore Times”, Carronne is committed to sharing the good news locally and abroad. Her musical influences are defined in her vocals, lyrics, and tracks. She truly believes in “singing for the soul.”

Carronne pays homage to God for her ability and her parents for their coaching and support. Understanding, I am able to do what I do because of God.