Michel Jons Band

Style(s): 80’s, Blues, Disco, Jazz, Oldies, R&B, Soul, Top 40

The unmistakable power, the dynamic range and rich melodic tones meld into the sultry sensual voice of Michel Jons. The statuesque siren most recently captivated an audience of 15,000 fans in Italy. Michel has toured Italy twice singing in The Narni Music Festival and other major festivals throughout the country.

Ms. Jons has also performed throughout the U.S. She sang the National Anthem before an Atlanta Hawks basketball game in Phillips Arena in 2001, the Georgia Music Hall of Fame with R&B legend Mr. William Bell televised on GPTV. She performed for over 30,000 people at the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, 20,000 at the Sweet Auburn Festival and with a crowd expectancy over 100,000 Michel will open for 90’s Platinum selling House Diva, Cece (Finally) Penniston at the Atlanta Pride Festival held in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park.

Ms. Jons earned her Masters Degree in Education from Mercer University and became a middle school teacher. But no classroom could ever contain the entertainer in Michel. Two years later she’s at it again, performing live with three different groups, studio recording sessions, co-writing her original songs on her forthcoming CD and singing background for several independently released artist.

Yes! She balances two careers and still finds time to sing in her church choir. That is one serious work ethic but Michel is one energetic ball of fire that never burns out. This woman comes on stage with the unbridled power of a young Tina Turner, the rich vocalizations of Gladys Knight and the finesse of Patti Labelle. Dancing and singing, all the time keeping her audience enthralled and eating out of the palm of her hand. Michel’s delivery is unique and her original music is a definite treat for listeners. You owe it to yourself to hear this down to earth diva.