Graham Jones, Joseph Neville, Paul Demer

With an aim to uncover the spiritual in the everyday, Texan singer-songwriter Graham Jones voices thoughtful lyrics in lasting melodies. Inspired by the work of other six-string storytellers like Jon Foreman, John Mayer, and Andrew Peterson, Jones creates a sound that is uniquely joyful and contagious with longing. He currently serves as the worship pastor of the Fields Church in Arlington, TX, where he lives with his wife, Bethany.


“Before I was born, my dad was playing electric guitar and my mom was singing. In 5th grade, I started playing viola at school. In 8th grade, things kind of exploded for me. I got a mandolin for Christmas and learned a classic guitar riff or two from my history teacher. I finally realized how incredible a guitarist my dad was and asked him to help me get started, which led to me learning other things (by “other things,” I mean, mostly the entire Switchfoot discography). By the end of high school, I was addicted to playing anything with strings on it. I haven’t really recovered since.

I started singing and leading worship in my youth group. I went to college and studied music composition, which is a fancy subject that means you’ll get a degree if you can get other people to play some of the music you write. Thankfully, some wonderful people played things I wrote for piano, chamber groups, full orchestra, etc. I continued to lead worship in various settings. I also wrote some songs and played with my friends in band called Overseer. We even put out an album and played at several youth camps and events.

All of these experiences pushed me to be a better composer and songwriter, which have pushed me to where I am today: writing and performing music for my local church where I serve and lead worship and making music for whoever will listen. If that’s you…thank you.

More about me: my wife Bethany also sings and plays piano (both better than me). I’m pretty nerdy. I play too much Super Smash Bros. I love to explore the imagination, whether it’s rereading Silmarillion (J.R.R. Tolkien) or Perelandra (C.S. Lewis) or Bringer of Storms (L.B. Graham) for the bajillionth time or playing another Legend of Zelda game or listening to movie scores. I like good coffee, Oreos and chocolate chip cookies, and wandering through Half Price Books for a few hours before convincing myself that I don’t need to buy half of the things I picked up, and then buying them anyways.”

Singer songwriter Joseph Neville hopes to connect with audiences through honest songwriting and folk inspired guitar playing. His first album, "Day and Night," is an expression of that honesty and reflects his southern roots and influence. Since the release of Day and Night in 2015 Joseph has performed for intimate audiences in homes, bars, and coffee shops around the country, all along writing new music reflecting his personal growth and development as a performer. "Spending the past two years writing and testing each song for different audiences has helped me find out what works, what reaches people, and connects with them." These are the songs Joseph will be releasing as a part of his latest project "Sewing Kit." A two part album about growth, pain, and healing. Find how you can be a part of the story by going to

Dallas singer-songwriter Paul Demer blends introspection, empathy, and wonder to craft melodically memorable and lyrically rich folk music. Drawing frequent comparisons to both James Taylor and Jon Foreman, Demer invites audiences of various ages to locate their own stories in the ebb and flow of joy and heartache.

Demer’s latest release celebrates gratitude in the midst of mortality. Inspired by friends, family, and years of experience singing in hospitals and nursing homes, I’m Glad You’re Still Around is Demer’s most personal and profound offering yet.

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