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Musical Style: funky,folky rock ... with a little groove
City/Origin: Pacific Northwest / Vegas
Instruments: Guitar, vocals
Discography: 7 Albums
KOKO, Sunset Party, S Sessions, Acoustic Me, Courage and Play, Sky Clad, Some Kind of Statsu (view)
Toured on the road for 6 years.
Played Vegas for 10 years.
  • New Zealand
  • Antarctica
  • Fiji - Micronesia
  • Nevada (vegas)
  • Washington
  • Oregon
  • Idaho
  • California
  • Nevada
  • Utah
  • Colorado
  • Arizona
  • Wyoming
  • Montana
  • Florida
  • Missouri
  • North Carolina
  • New York
  • Tennessee
  • Illinois
  • Texas
  • New Hampshire
  • Virgnia

Yvonne Ramage is a singer/songwriter with a modern edge. It's a sound that is a polished, funky-folky mix of up-beat vibes, described as a powerful expression between folk, neo-soul, world and pop. 

Touted as one of the more prolific songwriters in the Pacific Northwest, her lyrical depth and magnetic vocals lay the smooth and inviting groundwork for the well crafted songs.   The result is an evening that leaves you with bounce in your step and hope in your heart.

She has performed (guitar & vocals) her original music both nationally and internationally.  Recently, Yvonne has returned to her roots in the pacific northwest, after 6 years on the road and a 10-year stint singing in Vegas. "Vegas was awesome for me. It helped me polish my performance, as well as my songwriting skills.  If you perform original music that holds the attention of a Vegas audience, you have a good song."

Yvonne started writing music on the continent of Antarctica (1995).  With a year of minimal sunshine and nothing but time on her hands, she chose to focus on music as an avenue of expression. She started touring with her original music immediately, singing in New Zealand, Fiji, Micronesia; then returned to the states where she toured with her music (both solo and in bands).

Her love of travel, and thirst for adventure, gives her plenty of interesting stories to share, either in a performance or in her songs. "I always admired people who could tell a good story. It is a craft that has become more and more distant from our modern culture. It amazes me how wonderfully different people are from each other, and in the same breath, we are all searching for the exact same thing. Culture, philosophy, art, simply characterize a singular journey taken by billions of people. And that is what I hope to capture in my songs; a single journey that can be shared and understood by many."