Eva B. Ross is a Los Angeles born singer-songwriter who grew up writing songs and singing in her family band. As a teenager, she advanced her studies in songwriting at Interlochen Arts and polished her jazz singing skills at the Stanford Jazz Vocal Residency. In her first year at UCLA, she partnered with guitarist David Miller and formed her band, Eva B. Ross Foundation. For the next three years, she and her band played a host of LA clubs and venues, from the The Mint to The Hotel Café, The Getty and UCLA’s annual “Spring Sing” at Pauley Pavilion. Her Chicago appearances include The High Hat Club, The Whiskey Lounge and Salon-A-Thon. Her work with Miller took her on a European tour in the summer of 2014 – and in 2015, she released her first independent single "Nick's House." Eva has also been a regularly featured vocalist on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live”. She is currently working on an EP, which will be co-produced with Grammy-winning producer Justin Niebank and Emmy-winning producer, Steve Rashid.
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