An intimate soulful performer, an acoustic guitar sensation, winner of three New Zealand Music awards - Paul Ubana Jones.

Paul has shared the stage and toured with the best: BB King, Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal, Norah Jones, Keb Mo, Crowded House, Tuck and Patti… He has delighted Festival audiences at the Dublin Blues Festival, Byron Bay Blues Festival, Vancouver Island Folk Festival, Blues at Bridgetown, and many others across Europe.

The Met Spokane Washington: Opening Act on USA Tour with Taj Mahal."Paul Ubana Jones earned his own standing ovation with utterly distinctive guitar style. I can only describe it as part Ritchie Havens, part Andres Segovia and part Ravi Shankar. That’s right, he closed his set with a raging Indian raga that was as dazzling in technique as it was inventive in composition."Jim Kershner-The Spokesman, Spokane USA

"A national treasure, Paul Ubana Jones is so much more than one man with a guitar. He is a conjurer of unique and original folk songs, rooted in primal Blues and Soul.¨

¨Trying to describe just how good Paul Ubana Jones is, is like trying to define why the Mona Lisa is the most famous painting in the world - words pale in comparison.¨
-Simon Sweatman, Evening Post.

Ideal for: corporate event, fund raiser, community event, private party, festival, concert


Looking for your love
Daddy don’t live here anymore
I’m Looking for your Love
Rest in My Arms
He is a Mirror
I’m Counting on Love
The things which touch me so
The Bird without Song
The Owl and the Moon
Oh.Lucky Brother
Sister Moon
Mountain Song
Fools and Kings
So Long Aretha
Not Ringing True
Pearls on a Train
Song to Jimi
A Change of Season
Better get it Right
Call Him Hero
Daddy don’t Live here anymore
Here comes a Change
Rest in my Arms
My Lucky Star
Bone and Sand
Doorway to E.4
Daddy Don’t Live
A bad case of the Blues

Arranged by Paul Ubana Jones

One - U2 (As featured on Bono's personal website!!)
Angel - Jimi Hendrix
Norwegian Wood - Lennon / McCartney
Sound of Silence - Paul Simon
Spanish Boots of Spanish Leather - Bob Dylan
My Back Pages - Bob Dylan


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