Caroline Jones adds creativity and purpose in music education and music therapy to Camp Southern Ground’s Advisory Board. She is a gifted singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, lauded for single-handedly performing the guitar, banjo, harmonica, keys, and lap steel on her albums. In 2022 she officially joined the multi-platinum GRAMMY-Award winning Zac Brown Band as a full-time band member, the first and only female.
Her sophomore album, Antipodes (November 2021), debuted at #4 on the iTunes Country Chart and its lead single, “Come In (But Don’t Make Yourself Comfortable),” was Caroline’s first Top 30 country hit. As with her debut album Bare Feet (August 2017), she co-produced Antipodes with Ric Wake (Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston), performed majority of the instruments, and solo wrote the majority of the tracks.
Named one of Rolling Stone’s “10 Country Artists You Need to Know” as “an ambitious, entrepreneurial guitar heroine primed to bring back the pop-country glory of the Nineties”.
Caroline first opened for Zac Brown Band on their 2017 tour and, following three consecutive years as their staple opening act, joined the band as a special guest in 2021. Highlights with the group include performing at the 2021 CMA Awards, opening for The Rolling Stones at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium and most recently, performing as Dolly Parton’s band for her Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame induction.
In 2022, Caroline reunited with Zac Brown Band as a special guest in their Out In The Middle Tour, while popping up at key festivals and headlining her own shows in support of Antipodes. She is currently back on tour with ZBB for their From The Fire Tour.
Previously, the spirited vocalist toured hundreds of schools & universities nationwide – including underserved and charter schools with Stedman Graham – on The Heart is Smart School Tour, inspiring 150,000+ students with her performances and workshops to date.