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Carlos Jones and the PLUS band is a local treasure whose music inspires all walks of life. PLUS stands for "Peace, Love, Unity, Syndicate," and that is what their music promotes.
The music from Carlos Jones and the PLUS Band is all about treating people and the earth the way you would want to be treated. Leading by example can truly impact those around you. Keeping your head high can help motivate others to do the same.
And when you're making other things better for the people around you, it makes you feel good to know that you are a part of the solution and not part of the problem.
You don't have to be a musician, performer, or actor to lead by example! Anyone and everyone can positively affect those around them just by being positive, understanding, and productive.
Littlefishrecords.com for merchandise (This link is no longer being maintained - 09/02/2020)
Hopefully soon in concert
* This article was updated on 09/02/2020.
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Carlos Jones and the PLUS (Peace, Love, Unity, Syndicate) band is a local treasure whose music inspires all walks of life.
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