Jonte’ Mayon

Born into a musical legacy, Jonte’ Mayon always marched to the beat of her own drum. She fearlessly sang her first public solo at the tender age of 2 and began her professional career at the age of 4. Jonte’ Mayon was featured with her siblings at the 1984 World’s Fair, where she belted out renditions in what would become her signature soprano.

Since then, Jonte’ Mayon has traveled extensively in the continental United States and around the world, using her gift to mesmerize audiences everywhere she goes. Her credits include, touring on Broadway and in Japan with the smash hit Mama I Want to Sing; tours through England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales as front man in the Warner Bros. smash duo Fried; Featured Artist tours through Italy, France and Belgium; current multi-year Artist at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage and Essence Festivals respectively; as well as international motion pictures including “The Princess and the Frog” and “Meet the Browns”.

Jonte’ Mayon’s multi-octave, multifaceted voice has crossed numerous genres seamlessly. She has honored her gospel roots as guest soloist for countless concerts and recordings including Ricky Dillard and New G, where she was both a member and featured on his Keep Living album as soloist on “I Am Saved”. Jonte’ Mayon has collaborated with many gospel greats including Kirk Franklin, Dr. Shirley Caesar, Fred Hammond, Marvin Sapp and Bishop Paul Morton, Sr. to name a few.

Jonte’ Mayon has sung before kings, queens and dignitaries; and was a featured musical guest before former First Lady Michelle Obama. The petite powerhouse was also most recently featured female vocalist with the B.B. King Allstar Band on Holland America Cruise lines as well as featured female vocalist with the B.B. King All Star Band in both the Memphis and New Orleans Blues Clubs.

Jonte Mayon has a voice that will thrill you, captivate you and even break your heart. She’s a can’t miss treat that you will never forget!

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