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Michael Toscano, a writer for the Washington Post, in his review of the McLean Theatre Alliance’s production of “Tapestry: The Music of Carole King” wrote, “...only [Cheryl] Jones reliably captured the essence of King’s more personal music in her solo efforts opening night. Jones’ mellow, rich voice was achingly poignant on “So Far Away.” She turned in the evening’s highlight, a spellbinding version of “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?,”...Jones [explored] the song’s delicate themes of sensuality and regret in a slower tempo than the Shirelles’ 1960 hit version, just as King did on “Tapestry.”

The eclectic Cheryl A. Jones sings jazz standards, pop, gospel and Broadway classics with panache and feeling. This is a voice you must hear.