Jay Harmony, a dynamic singer/songwriter is an artist to watch over the coming years. Her voice has been described by audiences across Canada as unique, powerful and soulful. Raspy, yet delicate, sassy yet classy, a versatile singer/songwriter/actor/vocal coach. Her performances will enthrall you. Fans across Canada are connecting to Jay Harmony more and more in admiration of her energetic and engaging performance style. Down-to-earth and humble; you will love her singing just as much as you will her personality. Her musical journey is like Motown meets R&B with a dash of Jazz and reggae wrapped up in a lot of soul.
Jay’s performance selection ranges from the most
popular covers to original tunes. Not only is Jay Harmony a phenomenal singer/songwriter/actor/vocal coach, her stage presence is captivating. She embodies the rhythm in blues and the class in soul; the energy in pop but most importantly, she is an artist that uses her gift to touch lives and lift spirits. She bears her heart and soul through her musical renditions that never seem to disappoint her vast growing audience.
Jay has performed on stage alongside popular artists such as Brigadier Jerry, Josey Wales, General Trees, Gregory Isaacs, Dobby Dobson, Mutabaruka, Culture, Admiral Bailey, Luciano, Bush Man, Amy Sky, and others. She has graced the Massey Hall – home of many legendary performers such as the Rolling Stones, The
Toronto Convention Centre, The Rogers Centre, Hilton’s hotel and conference Centre – P.A.C.E Canada gala – Double Tree Hotel by Hilton Toronto Airport, the Rose Theatre and other local venues within the communities of the Greater Toronto area.
It is chilling to listen to her beautiful voice as she transitions from raspy to silky so effortlessly in her performances. She has won several urban music awards including “Most Promising New Artist” and “Top Female Vocalist”. With Jay’s own personal brand of powerful vocals and talented remixing, she has rerecorded such hits as “No One” by Alicia Keys, “I don’t want to cry” by Mariah Carey and “Borderline” by Madonna. Her versions are playing on radio stations across the GTA.