Sonia Jones is a highly experienced singer and she has worked with world-famous artistes from Annie Lennox to the Rolling Stones. Her singing career started at the age of 16 when she sang the lead vocals for Monty Python’s ‘Life of Brian’. A successful career followed, with appearances at Madison Square Garden, performing with the rock band The Who, and later with many other famous stars.
One of Sonia’s very first lead vocal jobs was singing on the title song for Monty Python’s ‘Life of Brian’ and subsequently ‘The Meaning of Life’.
Sonia has a wealth of experience of recording commercials. She is well-known for her vocals on the Peugeot 205 ad ‘Take My Breath Away’.
Other recordings include Dr Pepper, Calgon, Sure, Toys R Us, Insignia, Benson & Hedges, Birds Eye, Omo, Reebok, Cup-a-Soup, Fairview Homes, British Telecom, Nurofen and Nescafe.
Sonia has sung backing vocals for some of the world’s principal rock artists and bands, including the Rolling Stones, Cliff Richard, Simple Minds, Chris Rea, Spandau Ballet, Annie Lennox and Mike Oldfield.
She has been working with The Who, performing ‘Quadrophenia’ in Madison Square, New York, and in Hyde Park for The Prince’s Trust.
Sonia has featured on TV shows and live concerts. She has been seen on Des O’Connor, GMTV, Richard & Judy, Royal Variety Show, Surprise Surprise and other shows.
Sonia has sung on a number of high-profile live tours with James Last, Cliff Richard, Annie Lennox, Chris Rea, Paul Young, and more.