|Birth name||Tarsha Jones|
|Origin||New York City, New York|
|Labels||Tommy Boy, Motown|
|Associated acts||Doug E. Fresh, AZ, Big L|
Tarsha Jones, better known as Miss Jones, is a former R&B artist and radio personality. Miss Jones is currently the host of Jonesy In the Morning, a morning show that airs nationally on MissJonesRadio.Net. Jones previously worked for Hot 97 until 2008 and WUSL Power 99Fm until 2011. Produced by Miss Jones, Jonesy In the Morning is a nationally syndicated urban morning show, and can be heard streaming online on weekday mornings at www.MissJonesRadio.Net 6am-10am Eastern.
Jones graduated with honors from the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, having majored in classical music. She also has a bachelor's degree in music from Syracuse University. After graduating from college, she worked as a long-distance operator.
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On June 28, 2008, Hot 97's contract with Miss Jones expired. Radio show Big Boy's Neighborhood, hosted by Big Boy and MTV VJ Liz Hernandez, replaced Jones' former morning show.This decision was quickly deemed an error and Emmis Communications hired Miss Jones back in 2010 to do weekends at sister station Kiss-FM which was a prequel to Jones taking over mornings at NYC's 98.7 Kiss-FM. that upcoming year however Clear Channel objected to the move and the deal fell through.
In January 2012 Miss Jones developed and launched Jonesyradio.com. Jonesyradio.com is an entertainment website where fans can listen to the antics and excitement of Miss Jones as she broadcasts her Morning show daily from 7-10 am with rebroadcasts throughout the day. Miss Jones writes her own material and books her own guests and produces her entire show daily.
- Jones, Tarsha. Have You Met Miss Jones?: The Life and Loves of Radio's Most Controversial Diva. New York: Random House: 2007. ISBN 0-345-49748-1.
|1998||The Other Woman
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Album|
|1994||"Where I Wanna Be Boy"||79||21||Non-album single|
|1998||"2 Way Street"||62||27||The Other Woman|
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