Luna Jade… Dispersing light through a vocal prism.
Luna Jade is an accomplished professional vocalist, songwriter, musician, and recording artist whose original songs have been awarded Honorable Mention in the annual Billboard World Song Contest. In addition, one of Luna’s recordings was featured repeatedly on the Women of Substance Radio Network, where her performance went into rotation on a holiday playlist that included Lady Antebellum, Norah Jones, and Melissa Manchester.
A native New Yorker now transplanted to Florida, Luna spent many years in the spotlight as a lead vocalist for some of Manhattan’s top event bands and society orchestras – at times literally performing for presidents and kings. Luna has also appeared onstage as a backup vocalist for Ambrosia’s David Pack, Wayne Nelson from the Little River Band, and Bad Company’s Brian Howe, a testament to her vocal versatility.
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Luna Jade… A powerful, emotive singer/songwriter with a voice that “can breathe fire one minute and wrap languidly around a dulcet note the next.”
Luna’s vocal style deftly spans the sonic spectrum – from the blue-eyed soul of Michael McDonald to the versatility of Eva Cassidy with a bit of Steven Tyler’s rock cajones thrown in. She paints with her voice, using the many varied hues in her palette, infusing her music with her unique viscerally soulful sound…
Writing songs to inspire, heal & make you think while rocking you to your soul.
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More recently Luna has been applying her talents toward one of her passions: music healing. Through her efforts with Musicians On Call, a non-profit organization devoted to bringing the healing power of music to the bedsides of patients in hospitals across the country, Luna joins a caring group of volunteer artists whose ranks include Kelly Clarkson, John Mayer, and Darius Rucker. In addition, Luna has become a popular performer at regional Ukulele festivals.
The daughter of a gifted jazz musician, Luna inherited a rich musical legacy, which she has built upon through extensive classical training seasoned by countless gigs in venues ranging from smoky bars to a Presidential Inauguration. The result is an artist whose attitude can be summed up as “no limits,” with a writing style as eclectic and powerful as her vocal style. Luna’s ongoing musical projects range from contemporary soul and R&B to industrial and gothic metal; from acoustic ukulele music to world beat and jazz – or, as Buzz Lightyear says, “To infinity and beyond!”