In her own unique genre of Indie Jazz, Johnna Rae leads us on epic journeys of transcendence calling upon hope in the depths of sorrow to dance in the ethereal light of love.
Johnna Rae’s talent was discovered early through church gospel and living room bluegrass. The daughter of an active duty Navy father, JoRae found comfort in song throughout dozens of deployments over her first 12 years. Once settled in her parents’ hometown of Monroe, Michigan, the family stability allowed for her to focus on her vocal instrument. Surrounded by a family of musicians, JoRae began recording and
performing at the age of 15 in the genre of gospel and bluegrass.
Just one year later, JoRae lost her loving mother Amy Jo without warning. Again, grief has led her deeper into her music, but this time it was not directed toward the sea, but high above the clouds. After professionally studying her craft at the University of Michigan, JoRae began working with Rama Records and Grammy winning producer Frankie Biggz Lucio. She is due to release her first demo this winter.