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Wrong Turn

by Eva Carboni

Emotional and heartfelt Gospel driven Female Blues.
Genre: Blues: Classic Female Blues
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Eva Carboni is an Italian blues singer, musician, and writer. She studied at the prestigious Vocal Power Academy in Los Angeles, graduating in singing with the renowned vocal coach Elisabeth Howard, who has also coached the likes of Sting and Lionel Richie.

Although blues music is Eva’s first passion, she is a versatile singer who has worked in a number of styles ranging from jazz to rock. She had the opportunity to perform in New York at the Birdland Jazz Club, and at the House of Blues in Los Angeles. Over the past few years she has collaborated and performed with musicians such as Buddy Guy, Mario Schillirò (Zucchero), Mick Simpson, Derek Wilson, Kevin Welch, Marco Mendoza, Sergio Caputo, Frank McComb, and Vic Martin (Gary Moore).

Eva is the co-founder and artistic director of the popular Birdland Club in Sardinia, where she regularly hosts live shows, seminars, and vocal master classes. In 2017 she was guest vocalist on the track ‘River Of Life’ by Mick Simpson, and featured on his album ‘Black Rain’, which received worldwide radio airplay, including support from Paul Jones (BBC Radio 2). For the past year Eva has been in the studio working with producer Andy Littlewood on her debut solo album 'Italia Square', which features a cool mix of blues, jazz, gospel and rock.



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