Victoria Vox
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Victoria Vox

Baltimore, Maryland, United States | SELF

Baltimore, Maryland, United States | SELF
Band Folk Adult Contemporary


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2013 Apr - Key
2013 Mar - Boombox Séance
2012 Apr - Under the Covers
2011 Aug - Vox, Ukulele, Cello
2010 May - Exact Change
2008 Dec - Stay Warm this Holiday Season (holiday EP)
2008 April - Chameleon
2006 Feb - Victoria Vox and Her Jumping Flea
2004 Nov - (in between)
2003 Sept - Still
2000 Sept - the Ultra Pink Bicycle Incident
1997 Jan - Loyal Shadow

Vol. 1 Ukulele Songbook (released December 2007)
Vol. 2 Ukulele Songbook (released March 2011)



Victoria Vox has been honing her songwriting and voice for the past ten years, performing around the globe to Australia, Europe, Canada, and across the USA. She began writing songs at age 10, inspired by artists Cyndi Lauper and Madonna, primarily writing songs with the guitar. She went on to earn a degree in songwriting from the Berklee College of Music (2001), and then at 24 she was given a ukulele and never looked back. The small four-stringed instrument proved to be an excellent vehicle for her songwriting, while not getting in the way of her endearing vocals and seemingly simple, but rather smart songs. Originally from Green Bay, WI, Vox now lives in Baltimore, MD.

2013 sees the release of her new album: KEY which is a heartfelt collection of songs that she wrote during her self-inflicted 52 Original Song Project. Her fans purchased 52 songs in advance so she could take some needed time off-the-road to focus on her songwriting. Reflecting on her release, Victoria says, “We spend a lot of time in search of key. Maybe it’s the key to success… to happiness… or to someone’s heart. As I searched for the right key, I found keys to songs, which opened the door to my own heart. I entered into a year of songwriting where I unlocked my senses in order to create. I let music in and out”.

- Featured on NPR, television and in independent films
- First Place for “C'est Noyé” International Acoustic Music Awards
- Runner up for "My Darlin' Beau" International Acoustic Music Awards.
- Six-time Wammies winner (Washington Area Music Awards)
- "Vox Pop" Award in Independent Music Awards.
- Artist in Residence (AIR) at the Strathmore Performing Arts Center
- Relix Magazine and Washington D.C.'s City's Best lists of artists to watch
- Jay Leno Show appearance to demonstrate her perfected mouth trumpet

Victoria Vox performs solo and as a duo with D.C. cellist, Katie Chambers. The two met on Craigslist and have been working together since April 2009. Katie’s emotional but fun playing style make them quite the dynamic duo.