Jason Jones (born on March 7, 1970 in Crawfordville, Florida) is an American country music singer. He is signed to Warner Bros. Records Nashville, and made his chart debut in May 2011 with the single "Ferris Wheel". The song is included on a six-song digital extended play, released on May 31.
Jones said that he was introduced to country music while driving between Florida and Georgia. He formed a rock band in high school, and later dropped out of Florida State University to move to Nashville, Tennessee to begin his musical career. In Nashville, he joined a band which performed at the Wildhorse Saloon, and signed to a songwriting contract with Warner/Chappell.
Jones was slated to be working with songwriter and producer Brett Beavers on his debut album, which would have been titled Ferris Wheel. The album's title track was released in May 2011, and it entered the Hot Country Songs charts at number 59 for the chart dated June 11, 2011.
Jones resides in Tennessee. He is married to a woman named Kalli and he has two sons Samuel Kevin Edward Jones (born on May 16, 2014) and August Daniel Ellis Jones (born on June 20, 2016).
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