ZENA MOSES & RUE FIYA officially formed in April 2011. Composed of exceptional Musicians', Pianist, Kashonda Bailey; Guitarist, Seizo Shibayama; Bassist, Courtney Wymes; Drummer, Terry Scott Jr.; Trombonist/Vocalist, Jeremy Phipps; Saxophonist/ Vocalist, Natasha Harris & Lead Vocalist, Zena Moses. Zena Moses & Rue Fiya's wide range and unrestraint for creativity is a virtue, highly felt through out their performances, showing New Orleans' natural rawness. With Zena's soulful ballets to swoon you, funky dance music to make your body move and her presence in keeping the audience excited. Zena Moses has no problem captivating the crowd with her emotions. Rue Fiya's versatility consist of Funk, Soul, Hip-Hop and R& Bmusic. Zena Moses have performed with bands Abney Effect, Soul Project, Charmaine Neville and Friends, The Lady Killers, Big Sam and Gravity A, just to name a few until she created her own band Rue Fiya.
Rue Fiya have performed at historic venues like the Union Train Station at 2016 River Jam Festival in Montgomery, Ala. and 100 Men's Hall in Bay St.Louis. Lady Fest, Children of Haiti Benefit Concert, Code Red for Haiti Benefit Concert, New Orleans House of Groove, Essence of N.O. Women Concert, Alexandria, La. Mayor's Inauguration Ball, 4th of July on the River, 2013 Soul Festival, WWOZ Pledge Drives and 2013 New Orleans Jazz Festival. Keeping close to their roots in New Orleans on Frenchmen Street, Zena Moses & Rue Fiya has kept crowds dancing at Blue Nile, Balcony Music Club, The Maison, Vaso, Dragon's Den, Cafe Negril, Mojitos and outside the Frenchmen Street area, The Perfect Fit, Spice Bar & Grill, Gasa Gasa and Tipitina's. Zena Moses & Rue Fiya is a reminder that raw New Orleans Music is not dead. Rue Fiya is humble in being a vessel bringing the love of New Orleans music to the world.