"There For Me" Video Premiere Event

On Saturday, April 23rd, I'll be hosting a special event for the premiere of the music video for my single, "There For Me." Taking place from 1pm - 3pm at Ode to Babel in Brooklyn, come join me in celebrating and be among the first to see the video!

RSVP to info@MorganTaylorJones.com. Hope to see you there!


Last weekend's event was a success! Thank you to everyone who supported!

Saturday, November 14th was amazing for many reasons - it was my fist time performing in over a year. Prior to that night, I had never hosted my own, solo event, nor performed such a long solo set. I put the whole thing together (venue, finding a musician, having rehearsals, finalizing all details) within just two weeks. Plus, I performed "There For Me" for the first time ever. And also, the private event was RSVP only and sold out two days before the show! Just wow, wow, wow... 

If you were unable to attend, no worries. There are more performances on the horizon. In the meantime, enjoy a full recap of Saturday's evening in the video below. See you at the next one. 

xo, MTJ

[Videographer: @KSTGEORGE87]

Morgan Taylor Jones Featured in VH1 Save The Music Foundation's Newsletter


As a supporter of VH1 Save The Music Foundation and an active member of their Young Benefactor's program, Morgan was excited to learn that she was highlighted in the Foundation's monthly newsletter! 

"Music education is something that has been of great importance to me throughout my life. My father is a music educator and I was a music major in college; so I've always been in tune with how essential it is for student's to be able to study and express themselves through the arts, specifically through that of music. Many thanks to VH1 Save The Music for this exciting spotlight!"

About the VH1 Save The Music Foundation: They are a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring music programs in America’s public schools, and raising awareness about the importance of music as part of each child’s complete education. To learn more about the Foundation, visit www.VH1SaveTheMusic.org.