Rising Country superstar CAROLINE JONES drops RISE (SING IT LOUD)

Caroline Jones released her breakthrough album, Bare Feet, on 17 July, preceded by single Rise (Sing It Loud) the follow-up to previous single releases, title track, Bare Feet and the story of her roots, Country Girl.

Rise (Sing It Loud) is an up-tempo, anthemic track written by Caroline, here in all its glory and perfect timing for release. An inspirational vibe with lyrics that seem like they could have actually been written in and for 2020, the song calls on the listener to find strength and courage within oneself in the face of hardship – like a call to arms but on a personal level…”Home is in my heart.”  Turn it up, rise, and sing it loud!

Stream/Save Rise (Sing it Loud) here: https://orcd.co/carolinejones-rise-singitloud

ABOUT
Born in New York City to her American father and Australian mother, Caroline has family in Sydney. Throughout 2017, 2018 and 2019, she has toured with the likes of Jimmy BuffettThe EaglesZac Brown Band and OneRepublicTim McGraw & Faith HillKip MooreVince Gill, and Kenny Chesney, to name a few.

It was in 2017 when Caroline was on the road with Zac Brown Band and sharing the stage with Jimmy BuffettKenny Chesney, and Toby Keith at the Trying to Reason hurricane relief benefit concert, that led to a live duet with Buffett, which then turned into a charity single release and ultimately, a partnership with his Mailboat Records in the USA – and the rest is history.  Previously, Caroline has toured schools and universities across the States, including underserved and charter schools with Stedman Graham on The Heart is Smart School Tour. Caroline is also the host of Art & Soul on Sirius XM.

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