Garry Carson Jones

  -Writer, vocals, guitar
Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me  Guitar
  - Writer, vocals, guitars
Got A Dance Song  Guitar/harp
I Am  (Shed Jam/Juke Box Version) Writer, Vocals and Guitar
  - Writer, vocals, guitars - "studio version" 
I Am NEW - Writer, vocals, guitars 
Kumeka – Writer, vocals, guitars
Built For Comfort  Guitar
Stormy Monday  Guitar
Hound Dog  Guitar
Sea Eagle Rock - Backing vocal, guitar, handclaps, etc
Summertime  Guitar
Whatever You Say – Writer, vocal, guitars
- Writer, vocals, guitars

Garry started his musical career at the ripe old age of ten, and has been (very happily by the look of that smile), writing and performing a variety of styles of music since.

Garry is a professional musician, (vocalist, guitarist and harmonica player) who, amongst other things is:
We are always delighted when Garry is able to visit The Shed - every time he does we manage to punch out some great recordings. Hurry back Garry !

From the Merimbula News Weekly (04/01/2012):

"Garry Jones is well known to regular pub and club goers right along the Far South Coast of New South Wales through his solo, duo, trio and quartet work with his bands — Chill, Slice of Ice and The Poddy Dodgers and will give another standout performance at the Merimbula RSL Club on January 8. 

Born into a musical family he was the youngest child of four. He grew up in a small town in New South Wales 13km from the Victorian border in Delegate. Garry started playing guitar at the age of 10 and wrote his first song at age 14. That same year he and his brother Shayne joined their first band and have played in bands together ever since. He played pub rock for 25 years until in 2001 Garry found a new passion in country music. He entered his first talent quest and won both singer/songwriter and recorded songwriter sections. The following year he was the outright winner of the Merimbula Country Music Talent Quest. He was a finalist in the amateur section of the Tamworth Songwriters' Association and Tiara Awards at Tamworth in 2003, 2005, and 2007. Also, in 2003 he was a finalist in the steel city Champion of Champions and was third in the National Champion of Champions showcase in Canberra. Garry has been a singer/songwriter now for 24 years and has accumulated a vast repertoire of original songs. His debut country album "Spirited" is available now".

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