Fuzzy Jones is an award winning singer-songwriter and the queen of Junk Shop Folk, based in Leeds UK. She conjures up vivid urban tales of the everyday and her lyrics draw you in around melamine tables, of kitsch faded orange cafes. Fuzzy is emerging this year as a new and unique alt-folk, chamber pop, junk shop folk artist. It has been said that “the sweetness of her voice brings some peace of mind and her bunch of witty songs, about wrecked relationships are softly sharp, softly accurate, and simply classy.” One young person recently described her music as “a pillow my soul would like to hug.” Miss Jones herself likes to describe her music as “a tea party with Joni Mitchell and David Bowie, where Burt Bacharach occasionally pops by for a coffee”.
Fuzzy’s music has been played on Stuart Maconie’s ‘Freak Zone’ BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio Leeds, York, Manchester & Lincolnshire, BBC Introducing, Chapel FM and many other online shows.
She currently gigs all over the country and beyond – gracing the stages of Leeds Pride, Green Man Festival, Underneath the Stars, Howard Assembly Rooms and many, many more.