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Andrea Ross-Greene

Her smile brightens the lives of every person who comes within its dazzling realm. Andrea Ross-Greene shares her inner joy whenever she sings. “I love performing and taking people on a musical journey,” she beams.

She moved to Los Angeles, California from Baltimore, Maryland to pursue her career in music. And what a talent: Andrea sings lead and backup vocals, and plays the guitar and piano with such power and passion. Over the years she has performed with various musical groups, ranging in style from choral to madrigals to folk to classic rock. Andrea has performed in musicals, community theatre and improv comedy groups in Baltimore, Washington DC and Los Angeles.

“I believe that life can be fun, and is more fun when there’s lots of variety,” Andrea shares. “Some of the other things I do are singing background vocals with Harriet Schock and doing studio vocals for other people. I am also a professional photographer, specializing in concerts, sports and pet photography.”

Andrea is the Associate Producer of the Schock Futures compilation CD, served as Musical Associate on the Henry Jaglom films, Going Shopping and Hollywood Dreams, and has been on the board of Los Angeles Women In Music for several years.

When asked about her musical influences, Andrea throws in a little bit of everything: Motown, Berry Gordy, Ray Charles, Holland, Dozier & Holland, Smokey Robinson, Bach, Handel, Harriet Schock, James Taylor, Jim Croce, Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder, Oleta Adams, Ashford & Simpson, Aretha Franklin, Carole King, Janis Ian, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Hugh Prestwood, Carole Bayer Sager, Dan Fogelberg, Richard Pryor, Johnny Carson, Lily Tomlin…. “This list will get longer as I think of them,” she admits with a grin.

Now Andrea’s focus is on writing and performing her original songs and she recently released her first solo CD. She’s looking forward to sharing her music with the guests at The WE Conference™.


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