kaleb jones

Kaleb Jones is a songwriter from Nashville, Tn. With his appearance on the 3rd Season of NBC's The Sing-Off, and his long tenure as frontman of rock bands Lorien and INTL, Jones has found a home among the ever growing Nashville indie music community. 

With his first solo effort Open Ocean, Kaleb creates a world all it's own. From the first note, the listener is cast off into a vast world of love, loss, longing, and faith. The album weaves soul stirring lyrics with cinematic and sometimes delicate arrangements to tell its story. In addition to his solo work, Jones is heavily involved in numerous musical projects spanning many different genres. You can follow his other diverse work below. 

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With The Daybreaks, Holland's varied sensibility of sound, plus Bond's piano prowess, paired with Jones' bold guitar playing, is at once immediately welcoming and uncharted territory. The blend of Bond's and Jones' voices is beautiful; Jones' vocal power is skillfully matched by Bond's celestial sound, with the combination intensified by Holland's production. The Daybreaks have written electrifying lyrics that intrigue the listener and beg for repeat spins. Lightning 100, Nashville's independent radio, quickly dubbed the band a "Nashville super-group."

The songs are theatrical and haunting, but never melodramatic, with substantive verses that keep the listener firmly on solid ground. The Daybreaks eponymous album is pure cinematic pop.


Street Corner Symphony is a contemporary a cappella group based out of Nashville, Tennessee, founded on 28 May 2010 to compete in NBC's all-vocal competition, The Sing-Off. These southern gents quickly won over Sing-Off judges Ben Folds (Ben Folds Five), Shawn Stockman (Boyz II Men), and Nicole Scherzinger (The Pussycat Dolls), and--most importantly--millions of NBC primetime viewers after demonstrating their unique, laid-back-yet-dynamic style of a cappella. Since their success on The Sing-Off, Street Corner Symphony has made their mark on the music world, recording albums, providing clinics for schools, giving benefits for cancer, performing across the country and around the world, and even working with major artists including Ben Folds, Alison Krauss, and Take 6's Claude McKnight.