The Voice's Season 8 runner-up, Meghan Linsey, first got her start in music as one-half of the country duo Steel Magnolia, with her then-fiance, Joshua Scott Jones. After Jones entered rehab in 2011 to deal with his addiction issues, their professional and personal partnerships both ended, with each of them focusing on solo careers. But while they are no longer romantically involved, Linsey says that Jones is still very much in her corner.
Joshua Scott Jones' debut album as a solo artist, 'The Healing,' documents his own journey through his drug and alcohol addiction, his successful stint in rehab, and the end of his engagement to former duo partner, Meghan Linsey.
Joshua Scott Jones, who is best known as one-half of the duo, Steel Magnolia, entered rehab in 2011 to deal with his substance abuse issues. But while the singer has remained mostly quiet about his personal battle, he is now sharing details about what led him to finally get the help he needed.
Joshua Scott Jones, who rose to fame as one-half of the award-winning duo, Steel Magnolia, has just released the video for his debut single, 'Honk (If You're Tonky),' and he's taking readers of The Boot behind the scenes of the video shoot.
Steel Magnolia singer Joshua Scott Jones has launched his debut solo single, 'Honk (If You're Tonky).' The song is the first tune from his upcoming album, 'The Healing,' which will be released later this year.