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ZoSia Karbowiak was born Zosia Zalewska in Poland. Although she never had formal musical training, she clearly showed an aptitude at a young age and began singing, playing piano and learning percussion. During her early years she became immersed in classical compositions that would later serve her well. In high school, with the absence of any formal lessons being available to her, she began to develop her skills composing music and lyrics as a young teenager on her own. She formed a band and began to perform primarily bossa nova and jazz for live audiences.
When ZoSia was sixteen her interest in the piano re-surfaced and she was now concentrating on more pop and rock music. At nineteen she would join a new band where she would meet her future husband, drummer, Tomek Karbowiak. As well as performing, they began collaborating on new songs and material. After their marriage, three children, a move to Denmark that would last 5 years, playing countless shows, they now maintain a primary residence in Poland but continue to commute to Denmark on a regular basis to perform.
ZoSia's talent during this time would expand internationally when her music was discovered by Jason Scheff ,lead tenor and bass player for the Rock Band Chicago. During their tour of Europe in 2008, Scheff along with Robert Lamm founding member of Chicago, were to meet with ZoSia and Tomek and agreed to be the Executive Producers of her Solo CD S.I.N.G.
She has appeared on TV in Poland, the Polish National Song Festival in 2009; national eliminators for Eurovision in 2010, and Eurovision 2011. She continues to perform regularly for capacity crowds from Poland to Denmark and to create music in her home studio. In 2010-2011 collaborated with Robert Lamm on his Solo CD "Living Proof" where she co-wrote and sang three songs: "Liquid Sky", "Those Crazy Things" and "Arise". All three of these songs have now risen to the top of the Chart on Polish State Radio, Radio Koszalin
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