Diana Jones performs at Princeton People Music Society and on-line

    Diana Jones performs at Princeton People Music Society and on-line

    The Princeton People Music Society presents Diana Jones, an award-winning singer-songwriter recognized for her gritty, literary, Appalachian-influenced songs, at 8 p.m. Jan. 20, at Christ Congregation Church, 50 Walnut Lane, Princeton, N.J.

    Jones has crafted memorable narratives, a lot within the spirit of Woody Guthrie. Her progressive, but traditionally wealthy, songs have been recorded by artists akin to Joan Baez and Gretchen Peters, and have gained awards from Kerrville People Pageant and New Music Pageant. She has shared phases with Richard Thompson, Janis Ian and Mary Gauthier.






    Jones comes from a reasonably numerous background. She was adopted as an toddler and raised within the New York Metropolis space. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence School, she related along with her start household in japanese Tennessee and gained a way of her musical heritage when she found that her grandfather, Robert Lee Maranville, was a proficient singer and had been in a Knoxville band with Chet Atkins.

    Tickets on the door are: $25 ($20 members, $10 college students 12 – 22, $5 kids 11 and beneath). There’s ample free parking. Masks and proof of full vaccination can be required for admission. A livestream additionally is on the market on the Princeton People Music Society YouTube web page. For data, go to princetonfolk.org.