Tara Slone (born September 7, 1973) is a Canadian rock vocalist.
Born in Montreal, Quebec and raised in Nova Scotia, Slone began pursuing classical voice training at the age of 12 with the goal of becoming an opera singer. At 18, she attended Concordia University to pursue a degree in music. While there, however, she switched her aspirations to acting and rock music, and subsequently moved to Toronto.
In 1996, Slone became the lead singer of Joydrop. The band released two albums, had chart hits in Canada with "Beautiful" and "Sometimes Wanna Die", and was nominated for a Juno Award.
In 1998, Slone landed a recurring role in La Femme Nikita. She appeared in three episodes.
Since the breakup of Joydrop, Slone has worked on a solo album with Jordon Zadorozny. She was a competitor on Rock Star: INXS, but was eliminated on August 3 at Mayan Theater in Los Angeles.