Sylvia is creating her own place in the world of gospel music. From urban, contemporary Christian music to praise and worship, Sylvia's music reaches everyone, regardless of age and race. In her music ministry, there is something everyone can relate to. In her lyrics, you can feel a sense of transparency and honesty that listeners can connect with. In addition to Christians, Sylvia Jones' music has mass appeal to non-Christian audiences. Her lyrical content appeals to everyday people. Yet, her love for God is undeniable. Sylvia's music reflects who she is as person: down to earth, funny and practical. She chooses to be transparent about her relationship with God and her life experiences because she is committed to living an authentic life. She has traveled around the country and appeared alongside gospel artists such as Martha Munizzi, Stephen Hurd and John P. Kee. She appeared on The Bobby Jones New Artist showcase. Recently she was the opening act for a college inspirational tour which traveled from Syracuse University in New York to Clemson University in South Carolina with many stops in between. She has been told on numerous occasions that her charismatic, live performances share similarities to CeCe Winan and Kirk Franklin. In addition to Christian venues, Sylvia's music has crossed over into mainstream. She has performed in some of New York City's renowned spots such as Madison Square Garden and the Soul Café. In addition to singing, Sylvia Jones is playwright and actress. She has written several plays and dramatizations, some of which are incorporated into her live performances. She also received vocal coaching from Patricia Carey, mother of pop superstar Mariah Carey. All of these experiences have prepared her for this present time. She is a seasoned minister whose live performances are powerful and anointed. Recently, she released her solo debut album which is being warmly received by many audiences and retailers. More recently she won an award for Connecticut's New Female Solo Artist of the year.