Coco Jones is a multi-talented 11 year old star in the making who has been singing since the age of 2. She’s performed the National Anthem for different sports games and has appeared on the Maury Show during the 2009 Most Talented Kids edition. Coco has worked in the studio with Grammy nominated producer Rob Galbraith, working on new music as well as recording for the Greg Tornquist play titled Mississippi. Coco has a character and song for the play called “Here Comes Coco Jones” which is to be out in 2010-2011.
Additionally, Coco has done modeling and acting work. She’s just been tapped as a principal actress in a National PSA by Dr. David Katz titled Nutrition Detectives. The public service announcement promotes a healthy lifestyle for kids by having good nutrition and physical activity. More recently, Coco has been selected to star in the film Love The Light produced by Hemisphere Entertainment in LA. The film tells the story of a young black girl that is sent to live with her grandmother after her family is killed in an accident. The young girl ends up helping save her church by getting the choir to win a gospel singing contest.
Attached is a video of Coco’s performance on Maury’s Most Talented Kids of 2009.
Fun Fact: Coco is the daughter of former NFL football player Mike Jones (Tennessee Titans, St. Louis Rams, New England Patriots, and Arizona Cardinals)!
To learn more about Coco Jones, visit her on the web at Coco Jones Sings.
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