Rhonda Towns Biography

Rhonda Towns photo courtesy of Music City News.

The daughter of Reverend and Mrs. James Towns, Rhonda Towns was led to her career by the sounds of music that filled the church and spiritual guidance from her father and mother. She made her national country music debut as a final contestant on Ed McMahon’s "Star Search." That same year, she attracted the attention of producer Norro Wilson, who produced four songs for her. In 2002, she finished her recording project under the direction of producers Jim Cotton and Harold Shedd. Her debut album, I Wanna Be Loved By You, is a priceless collaboration!

Rhonda has made a number of special appearances on shows for the Black Country Music Association in Nashville. She was a highlighted country music artist for the BCMA on Today’s Country with Crook ‘n’ Chase and she enjoyed the honor of performing at the First Annual Black Country Music Show in Atlanta, Georgia.

Rhonda produced her own show, "Plenty More Love," at the Chandler Center for the Arts in her hometown of Chandler, Arizona and was an entertainer at the country music festival Country Thunder USA in Florence, Arizona (2003). She has headlined shows in Zurich, Switzerland, making her debut at the 16th Annual International Country Music Festival to officially become the first black female country music artist to perform in Europe. Rhonda has appeared in television commercials for Maxwell House, Toyota and Bounce and in print advertisements for Dillard’s and K-Mart.

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