Everybody loves a bit of music in their lives and what better show to feature upcoming new singing talents than “The Voice”. The show has produced some of the finest in the business and the season 18 of the show was back with a particular special singer in mind.
Yes, it was non-other than, Toneisha Harris. The Salisbury native brought out some fire on the stage with her impressive singing in the song “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” to seal her place in the top 17.
Itching to know more? Let us go through the article and know more about her personal life and her journey on “The Voice.”
Bio — Age, Birthday, Zodiac
Even since the start of season 18 of “The Voice”, people had their eyes set on Taneisha Harris. With the self-quarantine time, fans got the opportunity to focus more on the tiniest of details of their favorite.
So, regarding Taneisha, the songstress resides in Roswell, Georgia, and was 44 years old as of the start of 2020. The exact birth date of Taneisha was not revealed until May 2020 which meant fans were short of knowing her zodiac sign as well.
However, keeping in mind her growth, more details about her are bound to come forward soon.
Toneisha Harris Wiki — Parents, Siblings, Family
Toneisha Harris originally grew up in her hometown of Salisbury, Maryland. Not much about her siblings were discovered, but as a child, she drew a lot of inspiration from her parents.
She was always surrounded by music as her mother and aunts were traveling gospel singers. So, she ultimately started as a gospel singer. Her mother was quite strict and wanted her to only focus on gospel music.
Toneisha’s father, however, was supportive and out often take her away secretly and practice R&B. Unfortunately, when her father passed away and she quit the gospel group and decided to go solo.
The Voice Journey
Toneisha always wanted to try out in “The Voice”. In an interview, she revealed that she wanted to audition for the show in 2012 rather than in 2020.
But during that time, her son was diagnosed with leukemia and she had to abort her singing. However, once her son recovered from cancer and was back to college, she started singing again.
So in her audition in 2020, Toneisha managed to turn all the four seats of the judges and gain heaps of praises. Finally, she decided to go with her gut feeling and chose Blake as her mentor in the show.
Belting out one stellar performance after another, Toneisha reached the finale. Sadly, she fell short of winning the season, coming behind second-placed Thunderstorm Artis and the winner Toneisha Harris.
Toneisha Harris Net Worth, Gospel Songs, Albums
Toneisha Harris had a strong singing resume for a rookie featuring in “The Voice” for the first time. She had 15 years of experience as a gospel singer.
At the age of 13, she was already offered a recording contract, but her mother prioritized her studies at that time.
Similarly, in 2007, her vocals featured in Bruce Parham’s gospel song “Call Jesus” which ranked number 4 on the gospel music chart. In 2009, she even tried acting and appeared on “Avenue X”.
As of 2020, she did not have any album under her name, but her involvement in “The Voice” helped her a lot in the future. Similarly, financially, she was very stable with a net worth of $750K and climbing.
Toneisha Harris Height, Weight, Measurements
In terms of appearance, Taneisha stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs in at 68 kgs.
She has curly black hair and what stands out more apart from her appearance is her majestic voice.
Social Media Reach: IG, FB, Twitter
Talking about social media, Toneisha is slowly getting the popularity that she deserves. She can be seen on Instagram and Twitter rather than Facebook.
To be precise, she had 14.5K followers on Instagram and 4.8K followers on her Twitter (May 2020).
Toneisha Harris Married, Husband, Son
As of 2020, Toneisha Harries was a happily married woman with her husband and two sons, reviving her singing career in “The Voice”.
She had been married to her husband for more than 24 years and owned a delighted family. When her younger son was 12 years old, he was diagnosed with cancer.
Much to her delight, he recovered and now the family supports their mother’s singing from the sidelines.
Last modified: May 25, 2020