Rebecca Jade
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 Rebecca is an accomplished singer/songwriter, and has been singing as long as she can remember.  Growing up in a musical home, she has been exposed to an extensive variety of artists, genres and  styles from her mother, who is also a vocalist. With such influences, it seems a natural progression  that Rebecca has followed in her footsteps.

Rebecca has been described by many to have a chameleon-like quality to her voice, where she is  able to deliver each song in a unique way, yet she has been blessed with a sound unlike anyone else.  Many music lovers have stated that she has the ability to transfer the emotion of each song to her  listeners.

Rebecca Jade has performed with some of the most sought-after musicians all over the world and her versatility  has  allowed  her many  unique  opportunities  to  perform: Rebecca has  been  touring  with  the  Queen  of  percussion,  Sheila  E.  since  2017 and  most  recently  appeared  in the  Emmy nominated  show, “Let’s  Go  Crazy:  The GRAMMY  Salute  to  Prince” that  aired  on  CBS  in April 2020; She also  sang  background  vocals  for  Sir Elton  John  at  the  2020  Academy  Awards; Rebecca  opened for Will Downing and Boney James at a sold-out Valentine’s Day concert earlier last year in  Long Beach, as well as opened for Jeffrey Osborne for the 2019 Thornton Winery Summer Concert  series; Rebecca has appeared as a repeat guest artist on the Dave Koz Cruises since 2016 and made  her debut as a guest artist on the Smooth Jazz Cruise last year; Rebecca has done multiple concerts  at Spaghettini in Seal Beach and was the singer in the Houseband at Anthology  for 5 ½ years; She  was selected as the official singer of the San Diego Gulls team anthem during their 2015 and 2016  hockey seasons. 

Rebecca has over 27 years of recording studio experience. She has sung background vocals, demos  and jingles on many different projects, including sessions with Kiko Cibrián (Luis Miguel), and has  been  featured in a variety of works, including being  featured on  two songs on DW3’s newest self titled  album  that  went  #1  on  the  UK  Soul  Charts  in  2020,  and singing  backing  vocals  on  Aubrey  Logan’s  2nd full-length  album,  Where  the  Sunshine  is  Expensive,  which  went  #1  on  the  Billboard  charts  in  2019.  As  an  Artist, Rebecca  released  her  1st album  collaboration in  2011,  The  Jade Element and opened for Grammy-nominated artist, Musiq Soulchild on two separate occasions. Her  sophomore album was released with her group, Rebecca  Jade & the Cold Fact, which earned  them  San  Diego  Music  Awards in  2014,  2015  and  2017,  a  “Best  of  San  Diego” Award  in  2016,  and  the  opportunity  to open  for and sing with El Debarge. Rebecca is also a jazz  vocalist and  released an  album of Cole Porter classics titled, Planet Cole Porter, with arranger/producer/jazz guitar virtuoso  Peter Sprague, which earned them a 2018 San Diego Music Award  for  “Best  Jazz Album”. Rebecca  Jade & the Cold Fact recently released their sophomore album, Running out of Time. Rebecca earned 

the “Artist of the Year” Award for 2020‘s SDMAs and is currently working on her first solo project,  set for release later this year. 

Rebecca is an actor, having  done a  variety  of work for  clients,  such as SDG&E, Pechanga  Casino, Qualcomm and  UCSD,  and  featured  as  a  singer  in  the  film,  “5  Hour  Friends”  (starring Tom  Sizemore). She is also a pin-up model for Temptress Fashion, a vintage-inspired boutique. 

  

 Rebecca graduated  from UC Berkeley on a  full basketball scholarship with a degree in Theatre & Performance Studies, and has earned her MBA in Marketing from the University of Phoenix. She has  also advanced  her  musical  education  by  studying  Jazz  Theory  and  Classical  Voice  at  Grossmont  College.  Rebecca  is  an  avid  motorcycle  rider,  has  an  affinity  for  classic cars, and  loves  the  Arts  community as a whole. She still plays basketball recreationally.