Caroline Jones Brings Back the ’90s on ‘All of the Boys’ (Country Mix)

Check out this flirty summer anthem as it heads to country radio.

Written by Chris Parton
Caroline Jones Brings Back the ’90s on ‘All of the Boys’ (Country Mix)
Caroline Jones; Photo credit: Tyler Lord

Rising talent Caroline Jones offers a playful, flirty blast of country pop on her track “All of the Boys” (Country Mix), bringing back that guitar-driven ’90s feel for a new age.

Dedicated to that special someone who stands apart from “all of the boys,” Jones penned the upbeat track alongside country hit maker Zac Brown, and now it’s headed out to country radio. It places Jones’ effervescent vocal out front and is filled with youthful energy — but its timeless theme works just as well as a tribute to long-committed couples keeping their flame burning. She first unveiled the bouncy track in March, using a video of live footage gathered while touring with Lee Brice and Sara Evans, and appearing on the Grand Ole Opry.

“I co-wrote ‘All of the Boys’ with Zac Brown and co-produced the track with Ric Wake (Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Trisha Yearwood),” Jones explains to Sounds Like Nashville of the song. “As far as the production goes, we pulled from Tom Petty, The Coors, and Shania. At first listen, the song feels fun, flirty and sassy, but at its core it’s a song about commitment. It’s been a staple in our live show for a few years now and I am so proud to hear it on the radio.”

Along with Brown, Brice and Evans, Jones has also been picked out for tours with legends like Kenny Chesney and Jimmy Buffett, who wrote the track “Gulf Coast Girl” in her honor with friend and longtime bandleader Mac McAnally. She released her Chasin’ Me EP in 2019 and followed up this spring with her All the Boys EP, which features multiple versions of the track to showcase her diverse love of all genres.