Royce

Royce

 North Hollywood, California, USA
BandPop

Biography

Royce has lived for the stage since her first taste as a young toddler- tip toeing in tap shoes in front of a few hundred people. However, she discovered her true passion for singing as a 10 year old at summer camp belting out tunes on the stage for the first time. "It combined my two favorite things: the stage and a rush I could only feel from singing my heart out," Royce says as she reminisces.
By the age of 13, she was working in the studio with songwriter/producer Karen Tobin, and in 2004 she won a Golden Globe for singing background vocals on a song sung by Mick Jagger for the movie "Alfie" called "Old Habits Die Hard". She went on to record demos and back-up vocals for many producers, songwriters, and artists including Dave Stewart, Lois Blaisch (writer of Tiffany's 1988 #1 hit single "Could've Been"), Mick Jagger, Sheryl Crow, and Candyman 187. To date, she has performed in venues all over Los Angeles including The House of Blues, The Viper Room, The Roxy, and The Whiskey-A-Go-Go. She has also fronted her fair share of bands and been in few girl groups (most recently BG4 produced by Bobby Jones and Shane Sparks of "So You Think You Can Dance"). She is currently embarking on a Pop/Rock solo career and cowriting her newest originals with songwriter Peter Hanna (writer of "Hollywood Girl" for the Hollywood Insider and Mitchel Musso's new record "Get Away".) "I sing because I believe I was given a gift; I can get people to listen in a way most can't. I live for that gift to inspire change in people and our world. I figure the more people who know my name, the more lives I'm effecting. "--