Since '97 The Camaros have provided swingin' music
to many wedding receptions and private parties.
Their extensive repetoire includes standards from
Billie Holliday and Frank Sinatra to Elvis and Patsy Cline.
Always happy to learn songs at the special request
of the client, the band provides 6 musicians (two horns available), sound system, and a special classy look.

Starting soft and jazzy, by the end of the four hour
engagement they will be rocking- easily inspiring
everyone to get on the dance floor.

For a promotional package, including songlist, video, and CD contact them at thecamaros@yahoo.com or 615-563-1952


It's 11pm on a Saturday in New York City and the dance floor of the Supper Club is packed . . .
listening to The Camaros perform you get the feeling that the music isn't really old or new, it feels eternal.


- US magazine, Nov. 1998

Hiring the Camaros was one of the best things we did for our wedding. We wanted a fun, retro wedding and we definitely got it. Everyone was dancing - even my boss and grandparents! I don't think I have ever been to a wedding where so many people enyoyed the music and couldn't resist getting up to boogie. They played a key part of making the wedding memorable. Many thanks to Jen and the rest of the Camaros!

- Renee, San Francisco, CA


The Camaros were awesome ... Jen Jones was so great
to work with and I think the crowd loved them ... I would
definitely recommend them again.

- Kelly Carson, Carolina Weddings and Events



About the Band

The Camaros made their mark on the swing dance revival due to the originality of their songs, as well as the authenticity of the retro sound in which they specialize. Formed by Lousiana girl Jennifer Jones in 1997, they becames favorites with the more glamorous venues- The Supper Club, Windows on the World, Ed Sullivan's Theater. They've toured regularly since '98, expanding the regular schedule to include LA's Derby, and Atlantic Dance Hall in Disney World. In '99 the second lead vocalist left to form her own band, but not before the debut record 'Evil' had sold 5000 copies. Now based out of Nashville they've expanded the song list to include Western Swing, Rockabilly, and classic country. They can do plenty with a 'budget' 4 piece band, but they still love to bust out with the swingin' 7 piece that made their name.