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Fiona Ross

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Fiona Ross was enrolled in dance, drama and singing lessons at the age of two, piano at age six. At what moment did Fiona make a conscious choice to pursue a career in music? There was never a time when there was any other choice. By eight years old, Fiona was starring in London's West End. She is a vocalist, pianist, composer, and producer known for creating her own contemporary jazz sound with fast-paced Latin jazz, vintage Jazz club, a little neo soul along with heart wrenching ballads that demonstrate. She is an artist who has received incredible reviews and awards for all of her albums. She performed at 606 Club, Pizza Express, Bulls Head, Nells Jazz and Blues, and Toulouse Lautrec. Her music is on radio stations worldwide, including 40 stations in the USA, and in Canada, Italy, France, Germany, Australia, Netherlands, and Spain. Fiona's accolades include Best Jazz Song from the World Songwriting Awards for ‘For My Dad', Outstanding Achievement Award from the Global Music Awards and International Female Songwriter of the Year from International Singer Songwriters Association. She was featured in Tinnitist, Jazziz, Record World Magazine, Jazz Corner, Ink 19, and Jazz Quarterly, and in the top ten of most played videos in Tinnitist. Fiona’s song ‘Mistress’, recorded live in a stairwell, is included in the British Library archives. Fiona was featured on television, in print ads, and jingles.



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