Sophie Simmons, daughter of Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed, made her career debut starring in ‘Family Jewels’, which spanned seven seasons, and aired for six years in ninety different countries. But long before Sophie became a household name, at just the age of four, she was already singing and learning her first instrument. Since then, she’s been in love with music, studying piano and guitar. Meanwhile, Sophie wrote and performed as much as she could, to audiences as large as 20,000. Late 2015, she was featured on a Casablanca Records release of Rebel’s cover of the 90s classic "Kiss Me", which went to #1 on Spotify in 9 countries and currently has 9.3 million streams on Spotify alone. Earlier this year she co-wrote and featured on “Home”, the lead track on Yellow Claw’s new album Los Amsterdam.
For the last year and a half, Sophie has been busy collaborating with the likes of Bonnie McKee, Yellow Claw, Dave Aude, etc., writing and producing songs for her debut, along with writing for Rick Ross.
Sophie has taken a multifaceted approach to entertainment, and made a name for herself outside of her rock n' roll roots. Through music, TV, film, digital, and outreach, Sophie has establishing herself as an artist, actress, model, host, and activist.
Sophie’s goal is to impact and connect people through her music and art. She treasures the connections that can be made through authentic human experiences and hopes to write and perform music that will both reflect and inspire such.