Thursday, March 17, 2011

Indie Review welcomes Shae Fiol

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Shae Fiol grew up in Portland, Oregon, surrounded by family members who were classically trained musicians such as her mother, father, both grandmothers. She is a true performer, the complete musical package -arranger, guitarist, lyricist, songwriter and vocalist. Her path to music began in her sophomore year at New Mexico University when her father came up with a great way for Shae to earn tuition - by writing songs. After purchasing his daughter a digital tape four track, he agreed to pay her $250 for every song she wrote. The result was a nine-song demo, which not only earned her enough cash to live off but also became the catalyst to build her indomitable song writing skills. After college, Shae's musical ambitions helped to land her in L.A. where she worked with Tha Liks, especially J-ro on a track "Run Wild" Just a year later, Shae was invited to New York City by Rockwilder to work with him on her album. Shae now calls Brooklyn home. She is a well-rounded performer who has showcased her talents at well-known NYC venues ranging from Joe's Pub, BAM and SOB's. She describes her music as creating the type of vibe, which allows one to travel inside their mind and daydream while still appreciating the eclectic mix of classical, folk, rhythm and blues, hip-hop, jazz and Latin playing in the background. Her music is personal, searching, and adventurous. Shae's first full-length album, Catch a Ride, was produced mostly by her collaborations featuring Grammy Award winners Stuart Matthewman of Sade, Me'shell Ndegeocello, and producer Rockwilder.

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