Jazz Singer Zoey

Zoey’s smooth, sensual voice will captivate you, with an image sexier than Jessica Rabbit herself. Zoey has been climbing (a very elegant) ladder since her appearance on the first ever Pop Idol competition, held in the UK. This was her first real introduction into the world of Popular music.

With her debut television performance, Zoey made it to the finals on Simon Cowells original ‘Pop Idol’.  Since this time she has managed to get a lot of interesting credentials under her sparkly belt, inc UK tours with Pop Band ‘Near’say’, supporting artists such as ‘Sonique’, ‘Blue’ and ‘Atomic Kitten’. Zoey has written hit songs with world known DJs such as ‘Mastiksoul’ and the ‘Bingo players’ which the hit song ‘Takin Me High’ (club mix) went viral and has reached nearly half a million views on YouTube. Zoey also worked with Portuguese ‘DJ Phil Kay’ where they had several International Hits together with the songs reaching out to Brazil and Africa and Madeira. This lead to an MTV national tour.

Zoey held her solo debut performance for her recently released album ‘Don’t Think’ at Internationally renowned Pop/Rock festival ROCK IN RIO in Lisbon, performing on the same days bill as artists ‘Omar’, ‘Incognito’, ‘Elton John’, Muse’, ‘Leona Lewis’ and ’2 Many DJs’ Zoey has performed throughout UK and Europe, Canada and Africa with tours and festivals and is currently touring Asia, where her achievements in performance have already covered top class events such as Johnnie Walker Blue Label events (Singapore), performances at the ancient temples of Ankor Wat (Cambodia), Bed Super Club (Thailand) and F1 Grand Prix (Singapore). She has also been singing in a number of 5 star luxury hotels in the SE Asia Region for brands inc Sofitel, Grand Hyatt, Shangri-La and the Millennium Hilton.

Since her travels she has been entertaining and mingling with A-listers from all over the world including Steven Tyler and Rob Schneider, and has performed in front of Royalty and artists such as Princess Anne, Sting, the family of Picasso, Darcey Bussle, Joanna Lumley, Actor Omar Sharif, The Drifters, and the royal family of Cambodia.

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