In 1989, she contributed a song ("The Ground You Walk On") to the soundtrack for the film Earth Girls Are Easy.
Several demos were recorded for a second album on Paisley Park, and a video was filmed for the track "Boom Boom", but an album never surfaced.
She began a singing career at age 15 as a backup vocalist for Teena Marie, whom her mother managed.
Today, she maintains her own fan pages on Myspace and Facebook.
Prince was credited as a co-writer with Jones, but wrote all of the songs himself.
Upon its release, the album received positive reviews from critics, but was not a commercial success.
Highlights from her early career include various collaborative works with Prince in the 1980s and 1990s, including a collaborative debut released under her own name.
Since 2001, she has released three acoustic and dance albums, with 2009's "Living for the Weekend" being her most recent album. She also was featured in music videos for the songs "1999" and "Little Red Corvette", as well as extended rarely aired music video for "Automatic", and then joined the tour for 1999 to sing backing vocals with the Prince side-project Vanity 6.She was also lead vocalist for the band Baby Mother, who recorded an album in 1995 for London Records, which remains unreleased.In 1996, she toured performing co-lead vocals as part of Chic with Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards before his death, and can be heard on the 1999 Chic release "Live at the Budokan".Dot-Marie Jones, a three-time Emmy nominee for her portrayal of Coach Shannon Beiste on Fox's "Glee," is engaged to her girlfriend, Bridgett Casteen.Jones proposed at Disneyland, near Sleeping Beauty Castle, on Friday during Gay Days Anaheim, an unofficial event at the park that this year took place Friday through Sunday.From 2001 to the present, Jones has been performing acoustic rock as well as producing edgy and modern dance tracks.