Compared to artist like Bjork, Prince and Lisa Stanfield, Hot Sauce Records artist, ellee ven describes her own brand of pop, rock and electronica as “groovetonics.” Ellee ven’s list of collaborators is eclectic, but her signature gift for melody stamps it a brand her own.
Soon after receiving her Masters Degree in Education, the teacher turned artist had a “moment of clarity,” that spurred her to do it herself and start Hot Sauce Records in 2000, her independently financed label. Ellee ven resigned from her teaching position, got divorced and has since lived by the motto: “nobody can change yesterday but everybody can change today,” and has spread her musical harmonies worldwide.
Building on her mantra that anyone can make a difference through art, Ellee ven’a annual Give Into The Groove event has enjoyed increased success. “ I always wanted to do something for other through artist expression, “ says ellee ven. “ Art has the power to really influence people’s lives.
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