News & Inspiration
|Posted on February 8, 2019 at 7:55 PM|
Recording artist Doe celebrates her first GRAMMY® Award nomination as a solo artist. The songbird received the nomination for her feature on “Cycles” with Jonathan Mcreynolds in the Best Gospel Song/Performance category. "Cycles" was arguably one of the most popular gospel songs of 2018. The gripping lyrics of "Cycles" speaks to listener about ending negative patterns and thought processes in their life. Doe also has recently been added on two stops of the upcoming Jonathan Mcreynolds "Make Room" tour (Dallas, TX April 11th & Chicago, Illinois April 15th)."
“This season of my life has proven that Forward motion and Trusting in Jesus reaps incredible benefits. I’m also so thankful for my supporters that have invested in my journey and celebrated me when it was time for me to fly!” ~Doe
Doe (Dominique Jones) formerly known member of GRAMMY®, Stellar and Dove Award nominated family group “foreverJones" has stepped out on her own as a solo artist. Known for her infectious energy on an off stage. Her signature voice, eclectic creativity and sound can been heard on her latest single “Deepest Part of You” which debuted at #36 on iTunes Christian/Gospel charts. Doe also is known for the Billboard Chart Topping single “He Wants It All” which she wrote at the age of 17. In 2018 the hit song was added to Motown Gospel's 20 year compilation album. Doe is now gearing up for a new national single release next month. She is currently available for interviews, features, award shows & special appearances.
The 61st Annual GRAMMY ® Awards will broadcast live on CBS Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019 from Los Angeles California.