Biography

 
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Singer/songwriter JONY, began his music career as a young adolescent, picking up the guitar and composing original songs at age thirteen. Since then, he’s sown the seeds to a promising name in the industry. He became a John Lennon Songwriting Competition finalist for his song “I Can’t Wait” off his EP of the same title. JONY has played in venues across Canada and the United States, climbing his way to the title of #1 Singer/Songwriter on ReverbNation (Kitchener). He also was a finalist in the SOCAN Canadian Songwriting Competition for his tune “Beep Bop Bow”.

JONY’s music as a solo artist has explored different genres from country to rap, but has always kept the underlying feel of a primarily indie-rock musician. JONY composed and produced “Cot Dammit Elizabeth”, inspired by the social media mogul Ekow Fynn (creator of the viral Cot Dammit Elizabeth videos). Fynn was impressed by the 90’s style rap song, which featured a music video depicting both Wilfred Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, and shared it, exposing JONY to his audience of over 4 million people. After releasing his 50’s inspired track “Moving On”, he has continued to rise in popularity over several social media platforms.

JONY took the reins when he decided to create and release one single every month in various genres to expand his production and songwriting skills. This led to him opening his own production studio under the name JONY STUDIOS. His company has a clientele base ranging from local musicians to tech companies residing in the growing community of start-ups in the KW region. 

 

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