Category: Solo Artist Genre: Jazz, Pop, R&B

ABOUT THE ARTIST

DAMOYEE is an award-winning multi-hyphenate music artist (composer, multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and producer) from Dallas, Texas, USA. She was born with the distinct and rare gift of absolute pitch. DAMOYEE started playing piano and studying music theory and composition at the age of 2, songwriting since her pre-teen years, and performing her original music publicly around the age of 10. She’s an adept multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, classically-trained with an affinity for pop, jazz, folk, and R&B. An artist whose music transcends genres and with a performance repertoire that captivates diverse audiences, DAMOYEE, and her music, have been featured in films, at festivals and on stages, radio stations, and platforms across the spectrum of classical, jazz, folk, and pop music internationally. DAMOYEE is an extraordinary artist having earned recognition at the local, state, national, and international levels for her work in film scoring, piano repertoire, music theory, and composition as well as multiple awards for vocal performance. Known for her angelic vocals and ethereal harmonies, DAMOYEE has earned Best Vocalist recognition from DownBeat, Central Track, Dallas Observer, and Monterey Jazz Festival. DAMOYEE has released three albums so far in her career, including the most recent, The Whole Truth, which spawned the critically-acclaimed single Independent that reached top 10 in Europe and top 100 worldwide on the indie airplay charts. DAMOYEE has performed hundreds of live shows throughout her career including headliner on the legendary stages at House of Blues and The Hotel Cafe in Hollywood, California. Her festival performances include New Orleans Jazz Fest and GovBall NYC.

"Damoyee is so talented she doesn’t even have to meet someone in person to materialize chemistry. "

Central Track

"One of the most talented people I know"

Bobby Sparks

"Heavenly voice"

Gini Mascorro, 91.7 KXT

"Way ahead of you, and me"

Tyler Hicks, Dallas Observer