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China Moses / Bio

New album "Crazy Blues" available on Decca imprint. A tribute to the women of blues. China Moses, has been steeped in music and the theatre world since she was a child. The daughter of Dee Dee Bridgewater and director Gilbert Moses was born in Los Angeles and raised in Paris, France. Signed with Source/Virgin, her first single, Time 1996, started her career thanks to her 1st video, by Jean-Baptiste Mondino. This was followed by 3 albums: China 1997, On Tourne en Rond 2000 & Good lovin’ 2004. Me’shell Ndegeocello, Bob Power, Etienne de Crécy, Guru, Dj Mehdi & Karriem Riggins have worked with her.
In 2009, she released the album "This One's For Dinah" (Blue Note France), a tribute to her idol Dinah Washington, with the pianist Raphaël Lemonnier. The musicians carried on working together in 2012 with the album "Crazy Blues" (Decca/UMG), a tribute to some of the Great Dames of Blues and Soul. It was named by the UK "Times" as one of the Top 100 albums of 2013.
She is the French voice of Walt Disney's Princess Tiana (The Princess and the Frog - 2009). She also sang on André Manoukian’s “So in Love” album, recording several songs including the title track.
She is currently playing the role of "Sally Bowles" in a new french Production of "Cabaret" and is working on an EP with the New York based band, The Ruff Pack.
Her sixth album, currently in the planning stage, will be a tribute to the men of Blues, Jazz and Soul and is scheduled for a fall 2015 release.

General Info

Band Members
China Moses and a bunch of wonderful great musicians from France
Artist Name
China Moses
Home Page
Active Since
Jazz / Soul / Rock

Contact Info

Paris, FR

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