Ramona The Band is founded upon no fear, and no regret. Energized by front-woman Dion Vox, and synergized by producer/DJ Scobra, they will continue to paint the town red until they reside in a ruby city.
Dion Vox was born and raised in Seattle's historic O.K. Hotel Cafe and Nightclub. She began her stage career at age one when she sang for the mic check. Scobra played and produced in various cities and towns all across the U.S. before settling in Los Angeles. He soon found himself producing in the underground hip hop scene, which lead to works with artists such as AWOL one and Mickey Avalon.
Dion and Scobra met at a cafe on a cloudy Hollywood afternoon. Scobra then invited Dion to attend Leila Steinberg's 'The Microphone Sessions'. Dion began attending 'Mic Sessions' and writing materials that she hoped would someday be performed. Six months later in Scobra's studio Dion got her chance, when she was asked to fill in for the chorus of another artist's song. The success of that event catalyzed Dion and Scobra to begin writing and recording tracks together and the forming of Ramona The Band soon followed.
Since then, RTB tracks and performances can be found in the film 'Tupac Assassination Part II', on the series Leila Steinberg's 'The Microphone Sessions', and heard in the 2009 UN conference on racism held in Amsterdam. Dion and Scobra have also collaborated with the likes of the Wu-Tang Clan Killa Beez, Def Poet Pat's Justice, Mac Blu,and Wyne Glizzy.
As of September 2009 the duo moved opperations up the Seattle, Wa. where they are currently finishing their first full length album.