An old soul with a new sound, Olivia Morreale (Foxie) grew up in an Italian-American family in Washington, DC, and later New York City, and has always taken a no-holds-barred approach to finding her individuality and pursuing her passions. After studying all types of music from the age of 9, Foxie found her true musical home as a teenager sitting in at late-night R&B and jazz jam sessions in Manhattan.
She studied jazz, songwriting, and English at USC, and found her own voice as a confident and soulful artist. In her writing, she draws from poetry and literature along with music from the past and present. With a sound that reflects old-school artists, current sounds, and bits and pieces of life, Foxie's voice carries a unique perspective that transcends any era.
Foxie has played at various venues in Los Angeles as a solo artist as well as the lead vocalist of the all-female rock group MOTHER, and has also sung with big bands and has recorded lead and background vocals for several acts around the Los Angeles area, and was also a vocalist with the Satin Dollz, a Los-Angeles, Paris, and London-based pinup group. Foxie has studied under LA-based musicians Sara Gazarek, Patrice Rushen, and Jeffrey Allen, among others.
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