Adjoa Skinner
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Adjoa Skinner

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"Great American Song Contest Song Evaluation"

"Adjoa's 'I'd Fly to the Moon' has a fresh and appealing melody, and an engaging lyric...very talented work!" - Judge

"Adjoa's Debut CD"

"Soothing and sweet, clear and to the point, Emily Rachael Skinner (Adjoa) offers a new wave of music, beginning with "Playtime" a grass roots recording done in a week while living in Capetown, South Africa in 2002. Now living back in the state and always writing, this new artist dips into jazz and pop, while taking excerpts from African music to create a sound of her own."

"What People Are Saying"

That is some voice she has there. Excellent pitch. That soulful sound reminds me of southern blues and rock. I look forward to hearing more of her stuff. I'll go to CD baby and pick up the CD.

Big Daddy Rabbit Recording
Muscle Shoals, AL

"Awesome....beautiful vocals.." - Jeffrey, Machi Entertainment

"Adjoa's music is always helpful, light and friendly...a voice that
could soothe the world."
-Christian, fan
- Online Review

"In the Studio"

"Adjoa's like the female Led Zeppelin"
- Jim Leber,
Nickelodeon Studios Sound Engineer Vinyl Candy Producer / Keyboardest - Jim Leber

"Live Performance Review, April 2007"

"Performing in a standard acoustic setting may seem relatively simple
and unadorned on the surface. Yet, at times in the set, the arrangements are complex and intricate, characterized by odd time signatures and unusual chord progressions...The dark haired singer has a pretty, lilting voice that is smooth, creamy and girlish, but she is
also capable of belting her vocals with forceful, authoritative
- Harriet Kaplan, Music Connection Magazine, April 2007 - Music Connection Magazine


I'd Fly To the Moon - Single released December 2007

Adjoa Skinner Live - Released March 2008



Born and raised in New York by musicians she began performing at the age of two. In 2000, Skinner won a highly sought after voice scholarship to the Crane Conservatory, NY. She chose instead to experience the culture and music of East, South and West Africa, where she lived for two years and received the name Adjoa. In 2006, Skinner moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career full-time as a vocalist, songwriter and musician, playing piano, guitar, drums and flute.

She now performs regularly at clubs in Los Angeles including the world famous Viper Room & The Derby, Tangier, The Comedy and Magic Club (where Jay Leno performs weekly), Molly Malones, The Mayan, as well as an ongoing residency every Tuesday night @ Genghis Cohen.

Adjoa Skinner has shared a stage with Daniel Bedingfield, Jason Joseph, Brett Cain, Reeve Carney, Tommy King, Guitar Virtuoso Adrian Legg (voted Guitarist of the Decade by Guitarist Magazine), Leon Mobley (percussionist for Ben Harper), Andrea Hamilton, Amy Kuney, Jackie Tohn, and world-renowned speaker Erwin McManus.

This Spring 2008, she released a Live CD of her weekly performances at Molly Malone's, LA where she had an ongoing residency every Monday for 5 months. Skinner is also recording a studio album, which will be completed in Autumn 2008.

Adjoa Skinner was sought as an artist for the new digital distribution label Molly Malone's Music. She signed a non-exclusive music licensing deal with DL Music in 2007 and just recently came on board with Coleman Productions Agency for touring in the college circuit starting in 2009.
Adjoa Skinner is endorsed by Sennheiser Microphones and Alvarez Guitars.
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