Mu­si­cal ca­reer does trick

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ing since she was 14, but been around mu­sic through­out her child­hood, learn­ing to play pi­ano by ear and join­ing in fam­ily jam ses­sions.

Her de­ci­sion to pur­sue a ca­reer in mu­sic pro­fes­sion­ally came af­ter Jones re­alised she did not want to do any­thing else.

“Noth­ing tick­led my fancy,” she said.

“I started gig­ging through Perth, es­pe­cially the last few years of high school, and came across some great lo­cal mu­si­cians.

“I met th­ese peo­ple and got hooked on how much they loved it and I just de­vel­oped that same pas­sion. I caught the mu­sic bug.”

Jones will re­lease a mu­sic video for Trick of the Light be­fore the launch of her EP.

She said her trip to Nashville would be fol­lowed by see­ing the sights and sounds of New York.

“I’ve got a few gigs booked there, so I’m go­ing to have a bit of an ex­plore and see what it’s like,” Jones said. “I might come home, I might not!” WAM Song of the Year win­ners will be an­nounced on Satur­day, March 21 at B-Shed ware­house in Fre­man­tle.

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