Growing up in Kentucky, Harmony Jonez seemed destined for a life in music. At the tender age of 8, the rising young star began to recognize her parent’s powerful influence on myriad artists; molding and carefully cultivating their musical gifts through their home-based S&A Productions music production company. World travel as part of her father’s military stint exposed Ms. Jonez to European pop and house music in Germany; to the West Coast swag; to the country twang of Texas; and back to the bluegrass sounds from childhood after the family’s ultimate destination in Radcliff, KY. She has was given the unique opportunity to work with music producer, Greg Charley, who had previously written songs for such artists as Gerald Levert, girl group 702 and Regina Belle to name a few.
Gifted with physical beauty, the statuesque Ms. Jonez pursued modeling. Her innate elegance caught the eye of a television producer for a regional, hip hop television program on the CW Network titled “DA Show” that she would end up hosting, boosting the ratings of the locally inspired broadcast as the “First Lady of Kentucky.” She also landed featured roles in the comedy “The Change Up” and has been casted in the notable production “Forbidden Love.” Her ease in front of the camera informed her role as television hostess interviewing professional athletes, artists and entertainers—including Michael Bush; Derek Anderson, Tyrese Gibson, Eva Pigford, Twista, Tila Tequila, Lynn Whitfield and many others.
This is a multi-talented woman on the rise; unstoppable, unrelenting and tenacious in pursuit of her childhood dreams. This is her manifest destiny, and she’s just getting started. This is her time. This is Harmony Jonez.