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Toneisha Harris Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Husband, Son, The Voice, Music

Toneisha Harris Biography

Toneisha Harris is an American singer who is best known as a competitor on season 18 of The Voice. She is on Team Blake.

She has been singing since she was 12 years old.

Toneisha Harris Age

Harris is 44 years old as of 2020.

Toneisha Harris Height

Harris’s height measurements are not yet available.

Toneisha Harris Parents

Harris was brought up in a musical family. When she was 12 years old, she joined her mom and aunts in their traveling gospel group.

Toneisha Harris Photo
Toneisha Harris Photo

Her mother was very strict about only singing gospel music. However, her father used to take her on secret car rides where she could sing R&B. Harris remained in the Gospel group for 15 years but after her father’s death, she decided to go solo and pursue R&B.

Toneisha Harris Husband

There is no information on whether Harris is married or has ever been married. She has managed to keep her love life private We will provide this information as soon as it is available.

Toneisha Harris Son

Harris has one child, a son who was previously diagnosed with leukemia, just as she was about to pursue her solo career. At that time, her son was 12 years old. Toneisha, therefore, took a break to take care of her son and after he was free of cancer, she auditioned on The Voice.

Toneisha Harris The Voice

During her blind audition, Toneisha Harris performed “I Want to Know What Love Is” by Foreigner. Her tone, voice, passion, and artistry impressed the judges and she received a four-chair turn. She joined Team Blake.

Toneisha Harris Music

When she was 13 years old, Toneisha was offered a recording contract but her mother wanted her to complete her education first. She, however, continued singing and even represented Maryland in Vickie Winans’ Rising Star Competition and placed second overall.

Harris also provided a vocal assist on Bruce Parham’s gospel hit, “Call Jesus” in 2007. Layer in 2011, she was named one of 20 finalists on BET’s Sunday Best, hosted by Kirk Franklin. She had performed “Here I am to Worship.” That was the same year she got a chance to audition on voice but her son fell ill.

Harris released a gospel single called “ITY (I Thank You),” in 2015. The song was being promoted by Jayez Pad Entertainment.


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