Jones Street Station is an Americana(ish) gem in the middle of a busy New York City borough full of hipsters and more singer-songwriters than you can count. The band originally met around 2004 at the Baggot Inn in the West Village and have been creating their original blue grass stylings into their own original sound ever since. Many indie tastemakers, such as Paste Magazine, have taken notice.
Fast forward to 2011 and Jones Street Station is still going strong. They have now shared he stage with such notable acts as Ben Kweller, Brett Dennen, Grace Potter, Deer Tick, and Manchester Orchestra. Get familiar with Jones Street Station with “The Understanding,” which features arrangements by CJ Camerieri (The National, Sufjan Stevens, and David Byrne) and horns for a full sound. Listen and download “The Understanding” here: