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Jiggley Jones: An Americana/Alt-country singer-songwriter from Philly

He's one of the "Jones Boys," as the old phrase goes, but he has a first name that you can't help but remember: It's Jiggley. Yes, Jiggly Jones is an Americana /Alt-country singer-sonwriter, who hails from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is a member of the MTS Management Group. Jiggley is the 2013 International Music and Entertainment Association’s Songwriter of the Year, and a two time "New Music Award Nominee."

Jiggly Jones
Jiggly Jones
Jiggly Jones & MTS Music Group

Jiggley's manager, Michael Stover says “Jiggley has that one-of-a-kind sound…his songs will touch you and move you with their beautiful lyrics and melodic strength.” Jones recently signed with Lamon Records in Nashville. Jiggley is the 2013 International Music and Entertainment Association’s Songwriter of the Year, and a two time "New Music Award Nominee." Nashville, and will soon have a follow-up release to his 2012 album "No Spring Chicken."

Jiggley has been very busy in the past with his music career and has appeared in the following venues: "CMA Fest" in Nashville, featured on MTV shows, "Make Music Philly Day" at the Hard Rock Cafe "Bluegrass Planet," "The Joe Show," “Dangerously Honest,” “Got Interviews,” performed at "8th Annual Millennium Music Conference," was a guest on "The Muse Cafe" and "Warrior Rock Radio." He is scheduled to perform at the "7th Annual SS Cape May Festival" in Cape May, New Jersey on March 28, 2014. His appearance will be at at Elaine’s Dinner Theater, located at 513 Lafayette Street in Cape May. The show starts at 8pm, with Jones performing at 9:15pm. Also on the bill are Eli The Hawk, Tom Vollman, and Robinson Treacher. For more information, call 609-884-4358. Also, check out one of Jiggley's Music Videos in this article.

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Until next time, "Keep a Song in Your Heart."