Caroline Jones Sings on Green Screen
Caroline Jones is a regular at the American Movie Company Green Screen Stage in Tribeca. She steps onto the stage armed only with her guitar and a killer smile and proceeds to enchant the entire crew. Her voice is magical.
She, sat on a pure white chair stark against the chroma green screen and sang her heart out. In one afternoon, without a single mistake, a single wrong note, she moved form slow intimate songs to rhythmic melodies that rocked the rafters.
She was offered a teleprompter but refused, as unlike the past five pop singers here at the studio, she clearly did not need the device to insure she did not forget her lyrics (how about all those other divas and the National Anthem embarrassment!) . Unlike them Caroline had mastered every nuance of every lyric. (Actually we had one dude who fancied himself a pro, he flubbed the lyrics even with a teleprompter.
The end result in one day on the green screen stage she shot enough material for a whole month and more of music video for her website.
AMC Director of Photography, Jason Krangel captured her on video with the company’s new Sony FS100 50mm prirme Licia lens.. Max Futterman recorded the sound and did the music edit. Phil Fleisher edited the video.
The video below, even though not a green screen shot, gives you an idea of her awesome talent.
CCarolineJones is a multi-talented, songwriter, guitarist, singer and her own producer.
Caroline’s independent radio play includes Women of Substance Radio, Radio Crystal Blue, the Real Radio Show, iRadio LA, Spotify, & At a Glance Talk Radio.Fallen Flower’s first single, “Closest Thing to You”, charted #28 in FMQB’s Top 40 AC Chart. She has been recently featured in Black Tie, New York Cool, Skope Magazine’s “Artists to Watch”,Junior’s Cave “Artist Spotlight”,VENTS magazine, & G3 Magazine’s “Next.” In 2010, Caroline Jones earned a finalist spot in VENTS magazine in the USA Contest & a semifinalist spot in the 2010 100% Music Songwriting Competition.
Caroline Jones received her classical voice lessons form Andy Anselmo. Her experience includes opera & Bel Canto lessons, American songbook, cabaret & Broadway styles. The legendary Tommy Mottola began recording her original songs with producer Chris Toland at Sony and Avatar studios in New York as a student at The Professional Children’s School in New York City. Amoung co-writing trips to Nashville, where she recorded with talents such as Laura and , Anthony Smith, Greg Barnhill, Jaren Johnston, Jon Randall, Dale Dodson, Stephony Smith, Lisa Carver, James Stroud and Shelly Fairchild.
A creative writing major at New York University, Caroline performs throughout the New York area at venues such as Julliard, Madison Square Garden, Rose Hall at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, New World Stages, Triad Theater, Webster Hall, Highline Ballroom, National Underground, Metropolitan Room, The Duplex, The Bitter End, Arlene’s Grocery, Living Room and Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency. Recent showcases include the Millennium Music Conference, the Singer/Songwriter of Cape May Festival, and the New Jersey Folk Festival.
In January 2011, Caroline Jones released her self-produced & composed debut album, Fallen Flower. Her album Live from Feinstein’s, available digitally, features original songs as well as American songbook classics. Caroline Jones’s interactive music website, www.carolinejones.com, features extensive video, poetry, & lyric archives as well her music catalog & acoustic live streamed performances. Caroline spent 2011 touring boarding schools, high schools & colleges; highlights include Hotchkiss, Taft, Phillips Andover & the University of Virginia. Check out Caroline’s website www.carolinejones.com for further information on the artist & her debut album “Fallen Flower.”
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