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China Moses

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"Like her mother, Dee De Bridegwater, Moses has charisma to spare"The Times  - "China Moses, with a sweet yet powerful voice reminiscent of Ella Fitzgerald, did justice to old favourites like What A Little Moonlight Can Do, and Parlez-Moi d’Amour" - London Jazz News

China Moses, daughter of Dee Dee Bridgewater and director Gilbert Moses, has been steeped in music and the theatre world since she was a child. Exceptionally gifted, she released her first single Time (1996) at the age of 16. This success was followed by three albums: “China” (1997), “On Tourne en Rond” (2000) and “ Good Lovin’ ” (2004), turning her into a force to be reckoned with on the French R’ n’ B scene.
Born in the United States and raised in France, she is multi-dimensional in her pursuits. As a professional vocalist, songwriter, music producer, television and radio host, China recently released her fifth studio album, “Crazy Blues”, in conjunction with a licensing deal between Universal Music Group International and her own production company, MadeInChina Productions.

 

Balancing an international tour schedule with her other professional interests, she has produced documentaries and radio programs through her production company. Additionally, China co-founded Notorious Communication, a full-service public relations firm focusing on Fashion, Culture and entertainment, whose campaigns service top-tier clients, including Vans, Etnies, Nike and New Look among others.

Having signed her first contract with Virgin Records France at the age of fifteen, China has since navigated the French media world while developing her artistic career. In 1999, she launched her TV career on French music channel MCM, then joined the ranks of MTV International, in 2004, as "On Air" talent and music journalist for MTV France, where she worked until this year.

She spent a year appearing on France’s prime-time TV talk show, “Le Grand Journal,” airing on Canal+ and hosted a daily on-air show on JazzRadio. Out of these projects, China created a music sponsorship program for the ERDF group, for which she serves as an advisor

On several occasions, she shared the stage with her mother Dee Dee Bridgewater, accompanied by prestigious orchestras


China Moses on February 1, 2014 at Gazarte - Voutadon 32-34 Gazi -  Athens - 2103460347

 

Last modified on Friday, 17 January 2014 18:29

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