Nominated for both Entertainer of the Year, and Female Vocalist of the Year (Kelli) for the 2018 Rocky Mountain CMAs, and winner of the 2017 Rocky Mountain CMAs Female Vocalist of the Year, The Belles are establishing themselves as a Nashville’s next mother/daughter duo. On December 18, their music video for “Didn’t Break Mine” debuted on CMT Music and CMT.com. www.cmt.com/video-clips/sw40qu , and has been on CMT 12 Pack Countdown for 3 weeks.
The Belles have played stages across the country opening for Old Dominion, Brett Eldridge, Dan + Shay; played The Bluebird Cafe, Song Suffragettes and WSM Radio in Nashville; garnered over 180K streams on Spotify of their debut EP “The Belles,” and “Didn’t Break Mine” is featured on Apple’s “Cool Country” playlist.
“Rising mother and daughter country duo The Belles have released their brand new eponymous country EP. Their EP opens with the sassy and up-tempo “Set in My Ways,” which is reminiscent of a classic Dixie Chicks tune. It is followed by “The Leavin’,” where the listener can recall reigning country queen Miranda Lambert. Their debut four-track country EP was produced by veteran producer Mickey Jack Cones, who has worked with such artists as Jason Aldean, Dustin Lynch, Walker McGuire and Joe Nichols. The Belles pick up the pace with the upbeat and refreshing “Didn’t Break Mine.” It closes on an angelic note with “Same Thing.” The Belles’ self-titled EP is pure ear candy. All four songs on here showcase their tremendous talent and charisma as artists and musicians. They manage to appeal to both the traditional country fan-base and the country country crowd. This mother and daughter country duo is going places.” – Digital Journal
“Driven by plucky lyrics and dreamy harmonizing, the Omaha-bred mother-daughter duo The Belles generate engaging traditional country music for the modern age. With classic-country values tossed with some pop-rock rebellion, Jaymie and Kelli Jones construct music for every country-loving generation.
After a string of successes prepping energetic crowds while opening for acts including Brett Eldredge, Old Dominion, Dan + Shay, and Eli Young Band, The Belles are groomed for even more success after the release of their self-titled debut EP.” ~ Cowboys & Indians Magazine