eva b. ross foundation - nick's house
eva b. who?
Eva B. Ross is a Los Angeles born singer-songwriter who grew up writing songs and singing in her family’s garage band. As a teenager, she advanced her studies in singing and songwriting at Interlochen Arts and at the Stanford Jazz Vocal Residency as well as the poetry division of the Sewanee’s Young Writer’s Conference. In her first year at UCLA, she formed her band, Eva B. Ross Foundation and independently set out on a European tour in the summer of 2014, determined to play at any venue that would book her. In 2015, she released her first independent single "Nick's House" and in 2017, she won UCLA's Spring Sing at Pauley Pavilion with her original composition, "Chicago". Past recipients of the award include Sara Bareilles and Maroon 5. She has twice been featured as a vocalist on WDCB 90.9 FM’s “Chicago Jazz Live” and she is currently working on her debut EP, which will be co-produced by Grammy-winning producer Justin Niebank and Emmy-winning producer, Steve Rashid.