Country singer-songwriter J.Antonette, after starting as a background singer for Grammy Award winning artists Melissa Etheridge and Michael Bolton, and also Jerry Wonda's Platinum Sound Band is now forging ahead as a solo artist. This New York native honed her craft as a playful yet passionate multi-genre singer-songwriter. Encompassing elements of Pop, Rock, urban infusion and hints of her upstate Americana roots, her 2016 debut album "Lollipops & Daggers" arrived followed by sold out shows in NYC.
With her new single “Somewhere in the Middle,” set to drop this October, this former pop singer is excited to showcase a whole new Country sound in her New York meets Nashville styled upcoming EP, "Paper Trail".
“On an irrationally rational whim, I decided to spend one month traveling Europe and left 3 days later. While on my whirlwind adventure, I realized I was leaving a paper trail of melodies and memories all the way back to New York. If you need me, find me on my paper trail. ” remarked J.A..
In addition, she continues to tour with celebrity acts and enjoys composing music for TV, film and artists.
#NYDoesCountry Her 2019 single, “Something I Said” is a finalist in the prestigious John Lennon Songwriting Competition in the Country genre. "Something I Said" is available on all streaming and downloading platforms as well as her newest "Drunk on Me".
Country singer-songwriter J.Antonette has also opened for country acts such as Jordan Davis and Tucker Beathard. She continues to achieve success as a multi-genre songwriter by placing music in popular TV shows as well as writing for other artists.
This Nashville transplant J.Antonette continues to be featured on radio stations throughout the country and is catching the attention of Country fans across the nation.