Caroline Jones

TV Show Host

Caroline Jones was born in Australia on January 1st, 1938 and is the TV Show Host. At the age of 85, Caroline Jones biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 1, 1938
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85 years old
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Television Presenter
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Caroline Jones Life

Caroline Jones AO (born Caroline Mary James, 1908) is an Australian radio and television journalist,DYne, and social commentator with more than 50 years experience.

Early life

Caroline Jones was born in New York City to Sonia and Paul Tudor Jones and raised in Greenwich, Connecticut. She attended the Professional Children's School in New York City and later in New York University, where she concentrated on creative writing. She began singing lessons when she was nine years old and wrote her first song when she was ten years old. She learned to sing opera and jazz under Andy Anselmo, and she also learned how to play various instruments such as piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, and Dobro. She was attracted to pop, rock, and R&B music before she visited Nashville when she was 16 or 17, and moved her focus to country music.


Caroline Jones Career


Jones launched The Heart is Smart in 2010, which included performances in schools and colleges as well as a student music workshop. In 2010, she recorded and produced her debut album in New York City and Nashville, as well as playing multiple instruments on the record. Jones released the album, Fallen Flower, in January 2011. She followed another three albums the following year quickly. Jones became the host of Art & Soul, a radio show on SiriusXM's Coffee House that interviews musicians on their music and songwriting in 2013.

In 2017, she opened for Zac Brown Band and in 2018 Jimmy Buffett. She became signed to his Mailboat Records through Buffett, and she also worked with Buffett on a project.

Jones was named as one of Rolling Stone's top ten must-know new country artists in 2017 and one of 15completing artists by Billboard in 2018. Bare Feet was first introduced by Jones in March 2018. Jones wrote all of the songs on the record, which was created by Ric Wake. She was ranked as one of Connecticut Magazine's Top 40 Under 40 in 2019.

For the week ending June 1, 2019, Jones' single "Chasin' Me" made it to the Mediabase country charts at No. 50.


Ipswich mum of murdered toddler Kelly Anne Jones pleads for killer John Bennett to stay in jail, April 2, 2023
Caroline Jones (pictured left), the mother of murdered three-year-old Kelly Anne Jones (pictured right), has made a staunch plea to authorities not to let her daughter's killer cut short his time behind bars after he applied for parole on medical grounds. John Bennett (inset), who is serving a life sentence for the murder, has asked to let out on medical grounds despite not telling authorities where the toddler's body is, which would normally disqualify him from parole. Ms Jones was adamant that Bennett should stay behind bars saying 'people like this should never be released'.

Child killer John William Bennett reveals he DREAMS about where he dumped murdered Kelly Anne Jones, March 31, 2023
Convicted murderer John William Bennett initially told authorities he disposed of three-year-old Kelly Anne Jones in a bag at a rubbish dump west of Brisbane in 1989. The toddler had been visiting her aunt in Toowoomba for the Carnival of Flowers when Bennett took her. The child's body was never found despite extensive searches involving hundreds of volunteers.

John William Bennett seeks release on parole from his life sentence for killing Kelly Anne Jones, March 30, 2023
A man who abducted and murdered a three-year-old girl 34 years ago has applied for parole in Queensland and wants the state to waive its 'no body, no parole' clause. John William Bennett was sentenced to life imprisonment in June, 1990 for the 1989 murder of Kelly Anne Jones (pictured left and right) days before her fourth birthday.