Joni Harms

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Joni Harms
Born (1959-11-05) November 5, 1959 (age 54)
Origin Canby, Oregon, USA
Genres Country
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1989-present
Labels Universal, Capitol Nashville, Warner Bros., Paras, Wildcatter

Joni Harms (born November 5, 1959 in Canby, Oregon) is an American country music singer-songwriter. Between 1990 and 2004, Harms released four studio albums. She also charted two singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Her highest charting single, "I Need a Wife," peaked at No. 34 in 1989. Joni is especially well-known in Europe, UK and Australia where she has enjoyed many successful years touring and having several chart topping hits. Joni also writes or co-writes most of her own material and for many other artists as well. Joni is taping a new television show, 'Lets Put the Western Back into Country' for the Outdoor Channel. Joni's latest CD "Harms Way" was arranged and produced by Mitchell Brown ( who has also produced award winning albums for Country Music Hall of Fame member, Grand Ole Opry member and Grammy nominated artist Charlie Louvin as well as many others. The CD can be purchased at,, and many other locations world-wide.



Year Title Label
 ???? Are We Three Yet? Harms Way Music
1985 Thoughts Of You Harms Way Music
1986 I Want To Sing For You Harms Way Music
1990 Hometown Girl Capitol
1998 Cowgirl Dreams Warner Bros.
2001 After All Paras
2004 Let's Put the Western Back in the Country Wildcatter
2005 That's Faith Harms Way Music
2011 Harms Way Harms Way Music


Year Title Chart Positions Album
US Country CAN Country
1989 "I Need a Wife" 34 53 Hometown Girl
"The Only Thing Bluer Than His Eyes" 54 96

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