With her angelic voice and soulful sound, inspirational singer and songwriter DOE (a.k.a. Dominique Jones) is a refreshing presence in the music industry, today. DOE is a multi-layered artist who is ready to bless the world with her authenticity, incredible talent, and an undeniable musical gift will allow her to have lasting impact on all who hear her sound. Born in Washington State and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana, DOE started singing as a child with her family. Growing up in the church, it was inevitable that she would follow the path of her family and sing Christian/Gospel music, as both sides of her family were heavily involved in the Gospel circuit. That group was called Forever Jones, a Christian gospel septet, featuring her parents, a 16-year-old DOE and her two sisters and two brothers, which released two albums on EMI Gospel, Get Ready (2010), and Musical Revival (2012), followed by their self-released Prayer Tools, Vol. 1 (2014). In 2014, DOE took the leap of faith to explore a solo career. DOE received offers for record deals, but felt none of them were right for her, so she continued to do ministry work as a youth pastor in Dallas, and worked behind the scenes on her sound and message. This dedication led to DOE being featured on Jonathan McReynolds’ single
Cycles from his 2018 album Make Room. She eventually released two singles of her own; Deepest Part of You” and Reach. DOE is excited to share her sound with a broader audience and be able to positively impact lives through the sound God has given her.
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