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Genres You Will Love
Moods: Solo Female Artist Pop: Pop/Rock Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock Moods: Mood: Upbeat Blues: Blues-Rock

By Location
CANADA - B.C. Canada

Links
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Ria Jade

Ria is a multi-awarded singer, songwriter, musician and philanthropist. Among her very recent achievements are the 2015 Musician of the Year Award from the Permanent Rain Press, 2016 Music and Sound Award from Reel 2 Real International Film Festival for her music video 'Snowflakes', and a nomination for the 2016 Fraser Valley Music Awards. Ria's sound is a tasteful twist of blues and alternative rock. Classically trained in music (voice and piano), she plays the keyboard/piano, guitar and bass. She is very visible as a live performer in and around Vancouver, including Victoria, BC. If not performing, Ria also judges at talent shows, or supports causes.

As a dedicated philanthropist, Ria is a recipient of the 2015 Miss World Canada Goodwill Award, 2016 Kelty Champion of Wellness Award for Community Involvement and the 2016 Hammer's Heroes Award from Vancouver Canucks Defenceman Dan Hamhuis. She is a strong advocate of mental health, empowerment, equality and a supporter of the LGBTQ community. She is the Founder of the Paint It Purple Movement in support of mental health, empowerment and equality, and the proponent and Co-Founder of The Star Experience Canada Songwriting Competition in BC.

When not performing, Ria hosts the SHAW TV show, eveRIAthing, on the SHAW Multicultural Channel. Her biggest hosting credits include hosting the 2014 Miss World Canada Coronation Pageant Top 16 Question and Answer Portion at sixteen years old; followed by hosting the 2015 Miss World Canda Top Five and Top Sixteen Question and Answer Portion. Her biggest live speaking and singing event so far was the Balancing Our Minds (BOM) Summit, Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC in February 2016.

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