Ghezzi's life is a series of leaps and bounds through athletics and the arts – quite literally. Prior to her more current forays into the worlds of music and artist career management at CJG Innovative, she was a champion Junior Olympic swimmer and diver — and that was before she attended The NC School of the Arts at age 11. She has lived in Italy twice as a professional ballerina and has danced with the Pennsylvania Ballet, School of American Ballet (NYC), and the Joffrey Ballet (NYC) among countless others. She has also choreographed, directed and taught ballet for years. Ghezzi has produced International dance concerts and performed all over the world. She studied business at Indiana University with a focus on marketing and advertising and fine tuned those skills at Brand Fuel Promotions. She worked extensively with Aids Alliance Carolina as a fundraiser and her band performed for World Aids Day for many years. Ghezzi was commission by The Aids Alliance to write the signature yearly song performed at World Aids Day.
Ghezzi debuted her first recording in April 1997, “Taking No Prisoners”, a mix of r&b, blues, originals and soulful rock. Her 2nd recording, "Clearing" was released in July 1999 to critical acclaim. In 2010 her song, "Don't Tempt Me" stayed at number 1 on WUMD 89.3 FM for 4 months. Legendary DJ Kitty Kinnin of 100.7 FM The River on Clear Channel Radio, continues to spin Ghezzi's discs on her popular Sunday Brunch show. She has worked with Grammy Nominated producer, John Custer, and shared the stage with Legendary musicians such as Bay Area guitarist Steve Kimock and guitarist Scott Sawyer.
There is a strong family history of music: her father was a professional jazz guitarist, her mother a professional singer. Ghezzi has been private coaching vocalists/musicians for over a decade.
Since the age of seven, Ghezzi has performed on stages all over the world, winning scholarships & awards for her electrifying work, including a Billboard top 100 award. She brings her abilities to command and excite audiences to her powerful concerts as a vocalist.