Steph Jones

Steph Jones is a multi-genre lyric/melody writer, singer, and vocal producer based in Los Angeles. Most recently, Steph co-wrote singles such as “Polaroid” for Keith Urban, “Chemicals” for SG Lewis, and “Hole In The Bottle” and “The Way I Used To” for Kelsea Ballerini. She also co-wrote “People You Know” for Selena Gomez’s No. 1 album ‘Rare,’ John.K’s single “If We Never Met” (RIAA Certified Gold), “Happy” for P!nk for her No. 1 album ‘Hurts 2B Human,’ Little Big Town’s single “Over Drinking,” Celine Dion’s “Look at Us Now” for her No. 1 album ‘Courage,’ and more. Past cuts include Sabrina Carpenter’s “In My Bed,” “Sue Me,” and “Almost Love”, Carlie Hanson’s singles “Back In My Arms” and “Toxins,” Dove Cameron’s single “Out of Touch,” James Blunt’s single “Bartender,” Jack & Jack’s “Used To You Now,” Bea Miller’s “S.L.U.T.,” Danielle Bradbery’s “Can’t Stay Mad,” GREY’s “Chameleon (feat. Asia),” Who Is Fancy’s debut single “Goodbye,” as well as Tritonal’s single “Blackout,” featuring Steph on vocals.