JURONALD DEMETRICK WILLIAMS Born in Greenville, Florida, and raised in a musical family, Juronald was exposed to music at an early age by his famous uncle, Ray Charles, and his legenday Father Johnny Williams of the 'Mighty Gospel Larks'. Juronald like many other singers grew up singing gospel like his legendary father. However, he knew R&B was his true passion; by the time he reached the age of 14, his vocal and writing abilities were well known which led him to become the lead singer in several bands around Miami and Ft. Lauderdale area. At the age of 20, Juronald joined the military for the opportunity to go overseas and get a feel for the music scene around the world. While overseas in Germany, he joined one of the hottest bands in the Stugart Area by the name of 'Jazz and Things' and performed with many other professional artists. After leaving the military, Juronald moved to California to further his music/song writing career. While pursuing his music career in California, he met Nick Williams of Foghorn Music Agency while attending music classes on Theory. With the help of Nick Williams, Juronald was able to land a recording contract with Sunrise Recording in Hollywood, California. After the contract expired, Juronald pursued other musical avenues like club performances and community performances such as The Governers Ball, Monterey Blues Festivals, and Black Night Production Shows. Juronald also released an album produced by Tony Miles entitled 'Homie'. Juronald also received high recognition with his collaboration with Mariah Carey,Clint Eastwood, and Reggie Jackson, on the ceremony for the missing Christina Williams, where he performed the song he composed and dedicated to her memory entitled 'Missing Christina'. He also received high reviews from many news publications such as 'The San Francisco Chronicle ', 'The San Jose Mercury', and 'The Monterey Herald' for his dedication and involvement to his community. One of J.D. Williams finist albums, 'THROWING SIGNS', is a mixture of R&B dynamics and smooth lyrical content in which he wrote and performed all 15 tracks.