Jodie Fitzgibbon & The She Wolf Project

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Let me first off introduce you all to Jodie Fitzgibbon.

Jodie is an outstanding, up and coming, musician and singer/songwriter, hailing from the North East of England.

I had the pleasure of attending a local gig last year, in which she played and performed, and totally wowed her audience and myself, with her impressive vocal range and sparkling personality.

Since that performance, I have been lucky enough to get to know Jodie in and outside of her music and consider her to be a good friend too.

Jodie Fitzgibbon is a name worth taking note of, since following her musical progression over the last year, she is definitely going places.

Not only is she a talented multi-instrumental musician, but she is also an invigorator in the North East by hosting regular ‘Open Mic nights to showcase local talent.

Having performed since an early age and going on to study musical theatre and dance, Jodie has been writing her own songs since the age of 14.

Which led her onto winning the ‘North East Unsigned Radio Track of the Year in 2015, for her song “Going Down”

Last year Jodie also was a nominated finalist for ‘Best Solo Female’ at the Ubeat Music Awards and ‘Best Unsigned Female’ at the Best of British – Unsigned Music Awards.

Jodie is passionate about her music and wants to use her expression and emotion within her songs to connect with her audience.

Once you have seen Jodie Fitzgibbon perform once, you’ll want to see her play and perform time and time again, her vocal range is outstanding, and delivers on every song she performs, as you can see here;

 

Jodie regularly gigs across a wide number of different venues across the North East, to find out where she will be playing next, please visit her Facebook page for more information.

https://www.facebook.com/jodiefitzmusic/

From the title of this article, I mentioned not just Jodie Fitzgibbon, but I also made reference to ‘The She Wolf Project’ and before I go on to talk about them, I should really introduce you to Jodie’s bandmate, Ami Vaziri.

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Ami is also another talented musician, and singer/songwriter who hails from the North East of England, growing up in Northumberland.

Ami having studied and graduated from the ‘Sage Academy of Performing Arts’ in 2011, has gone onto achieve some great successes so far in her career, and has a wealth of experience behind her, having performed both Internationally and UK wide as a professional singer during the last 9 years.

Some of the countries Ami has performed in include;

UK, Dubai, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macau, Spain, USA, and the Caribbean.

Alongside, supporting Rod Stewart in his stadium tour, at St James’s Park, Newcastle in 2008.

If you’ve never seen Ami perform before, she comes highly recommended, and again you can’t help to be impressed by her vocal range and fantastic delivery and stage presence.

Ami has also added to her impressive achievements by presenting at last year’s Ubeat Awards 2016, on both the red carpet and backstage, interviewing the award winners on the night.

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Ami also regularly gigs across a wide range of different venues across the North East, and like Jodie, hosts ‘Open Mic’ nights too.

Please see here for one of her promotional videos:

To find out where Ami will be playing next or for more information, please visit her Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/AmiVaziriOfficial/

Finally, please let me introduce you to ‘The She Wolf Project’ not all of you may have heard of them yet, but you all will.

Originally created as a 4 piece band, they now exist as a duo, represented by both Ami Vaziri and Jodie Fitzgibbon.

They are without doubt, one of the new shining lights to come out of the North East, and we already have a rich vein of musicians, artists and bands just waiting to be discovered and heard.

The duo having only met each other 12 months ago have formed a strong bond and show great chemistry when they perform alongside each other.

Click here to hear their first collaboration as a duo performing their own version of ‘Zayn Malik’s’ smash hit number one single ‘Pillowtalk’.

 

As you’ll agree The She Wolf Project have a great sound, with exceptional vocals and supporting harmonies.

This song was produced by David Stoker, who whilst is also a talented musician in his own right, is fast developing a growing reputation, to deliver impressive arrangements that he produced on this track.

https://www.facebook.com/davidstokermusic/

The video was recorded by Dan Charles of Moody Cow Productions.

https://www.facebook.com/MoodyCowProductionsUK/

As you can see the North East holds a lot of talent in the creative industries at the moment, and none more so than both Jodie, Ami and their new band ‘The She Wolf Project’

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Individually they are outstanding performers, together; they are unforgettable, and just waiting to be discovered.

The She Wolf Project are currently writing and rehearsing a wide range of songs to start gigging in the very near future.

To find out more information and to follow their progress, please visit their Facebook page;

https://www.facebook.com/theshewolfproject/

For more information or to read more of my articles please visit:

https://m.facebook.com/andrewcorryblog/

 

 

 

Author: Andrew Corry

Looking for opportunities as a part time freelance writer. All voluntarily work will be considered to help build my portfolio. UK Blogging Awards 2017 Finalist for my Kynren Blog - My Experience. The awards ceremony was held at Westminster, London in April 2017. I currently write for a number of clients based in business, tourism and music related industry's. For all enquiries please contact me at: corry.andrew@sky.com for further details.

2 thoughts on “Jodie Fitzgibbon & The She Wolf Project”

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