WATCH THE NEW UNO LADY VIDEO FOR VENN DIAGRAM

UNO LADY released a new music video for “Venn Diagram,” from her new album, OSMOSIS on Volar Records. Venn Diagram was filmed and directed by TurnStyle Films in Cleveland, Ohio.

Uno Lady’s new album, OSMOSIS (EPK) on Volar Records, assimilates ideas, sounds, and styles, from 60’s pop, folk, jazz, and soul. Vocals are the foundation. OSMOSIS is a soaring collection of 13 songs. It’s a colorful journey through a sonic dream world, and Uno Lady is your guide.

YOU CAN BUY THE NEW RECORD OSMOSIS  HERE OR THROUGH BANDCAMP

STREAM ON SPOTIFY - INSTAGRAM @TheUnoLady

 

Uno Lady’s Performance on WCPN 90.3FM Ideastream Sound of Ideas Community Tour

WCPM- 90.3FM Ideastream NPR- Uno Lady is Christa Ebert, who calls herself a one-woman choir. She uses digital equipment, a keyboard, her voice and live looping to create an enchanting wall of sound. This year, she traveled to France to participate in an artist-in-residency at Chateau Orquevaux. In 2018, she received an Akron Soul Train Fellowship and was a Panza Foundation awardee. Christa Ebert is now a board member of the Panza Foundation.

You can listen to the Sound of Idea’s Community Tour NEO Artist Showcase here 

Here she is, as Uno Lady, performing, “Sanguineous” and “Don’t Break My Heart,” which features Roseanne Safros (drums), Theresa May (trumpet) and Beth Hiser (bass).

Listen to the new record, OSMOSIS on Volar Records. You can stream, buy digital or order a limited edition green vinyl here.

PBS WCPN 90.3 Ideastreams’ The Sound of Ideas Community Tour Airs Today

I was fortune enough to be a part of PSB/ WVIS Ideastream’s 2019 The Sound of Ideas Community Tour, NEO Artist Showcase. The show will be airing this morning at 9am on WCPN 90.3. 

Listen at 90.3FM if your in the Cleveland area or stream at https://www.ideastream.org/programs/sound-of-ideas/the-sound-of-ideas-community-tour-neo-artist-showcase

Photo by Phil Kidd

Northeast Ohio has an incredibly talented and diverse arts scene, including many award-winning performers in all kinds of disciplines. The Sound of Ideas Community Tour gathered some of the best and brightest artists in the area to performed in an artist showcase at the Beachland Ballroom in Collinwood, on December 11.

Review: One Woman Ghost Choir: ‘Uno Lady’ Casts Her Spell On Campus

YOUNGSTOWN, OH–  Christa “Uno Lady” Ebert performed at the McDonough Museum of Art on Nov. 6 as part of the MUSE series, which features “innovative expressions of contemporary culture.” The MUSE series serves to bring groundbreaking new music and dynamic collaborations to enrich the culture of Northeast Ohio…

Junior theatre studies major Elizabeth Sabo attended the event and witnessed much more than she expected. “I loved Uno Lady, and the theme of innovative expression was nailed by her performance. Her use of pedals and tracks changed the listener’s perspective of what to expect next.” …

Delanie Fairchild, an attendee from Canfield, went into the show not knowing what genre Uno Lady was going to offer “I was incredibly impressed. It’s amazing to see what can be created with such little. Her style was unique and she had a really memorable voice. I loved the covers because I was able to appreciate her unique style and take on songs I had already known and loved,” she said….

The Jambar, Cailey Barnhart

Full article 

 

 

Cleveland’s one-woman band Uno Lady is going places (including France)

“CLEVELAND, Ohio – Uno Lady is going places. Literally, and musically. Cleveland’s one-woman choir is the recipient of two new fellowships, one in Akron and the other in France, that are sending her in new musical directions as well as across the globe.” FULL ARTICLE 

Please consider helping support my travel to France through GoFundMe
 https://www.gofundme.com/unolady

 

 

Read CAN Journal Article, “Makers: Christa Ebert, AKA Uno Lady”

“If you’ve never seen Uno Lady live, let me attempt to explain. A self-trained musician, Ebert composes songs mostly using just her voice. She’s been described as a “one-woman ghost choir”, which I find particularly apt. Her music includes dream-like layers of her own voice, looping like spells and chants, ethereal tones, instruments and beats all knit together into one lush soundscape. Every time I’ve heard her sing, I’ve had goosebumps – the beauty of her voice soaring, cutting through the air is so enchanting it can command the hairs on my arms to stand at attention.

I’ve seen Uno Lady perform many times over the years – she was the recipient of a CPAC Creative Workforce Fellowship, a Panza Foundation Award, and has performed at many venues and galleries: Transformer Station, the Cleveland Museum of Art, etc. But for the first time, she will be including a film component as part of her live show – thanks to Akron Soul Train. Akron Soul Train is an artist residency program that grants fellowships to provide resources for all creative disciplines – Ebert is the first musician they have supported.  full article