Music has always taken the wheel for Kiriaki Bozas, singer-songwriter born June 12, 1982. Since the age of 8 she has been writing emotionally-moving songs imbued with romance and epic drama on the piano.
Her first EP entitled, Teacher, was produced in 2009 with multi-Grammy award winning producer, Memo Gil in Mexico City. Working diligently to share her music with as many people as possible, Kiriaki contacted promotional companies, concert venues and radio stations to support her debut release. Two songs were broadcasted on multiple national radio stations. The title song, Teacher was listed in the Top Songs of 2010 by Cold Spring Radio station. In addition, the International Singer Songwriter Association's awarded Bozas with an honorable mention in their annual singer-songwriting contest. By April 11th 2010, Bozas was the featured artist in the Poughkeepsie Journal, the oldest newspaper in New York state. With shows booked almost every week, Kiriaki performed in legendary venues such as, The Bitter End and Googie's Lounge in NY , Towne Crier Cafe in Pawling and Kibitz Room in Los Angeles. In January 2011, Poughkeepsie Journal listed the top 10 performances of 2010, placing Bozas at number 7.
Her live performances have been marked by their down-to-earth and "human" quality. Listeners can easily identify with her music because it is inspired by personal experience and daily observations of every-day life.
Currently, she is recording her next song with Earl Cohen, a well known music engineer and producer in NJ. Cohen has worked with some of the most known artists in the industry such as Lady Gaga, Usher, Pink and Nelly. Bozas plans to complete her next EP by the end of this year with hopes of receiving radio airplay and attention from major music labels.
"I’m headed in a really great direction because I have so many avenues to take and I’m growing confident in every one."