Adjoa Skinner is a Vaudeville Singer-Songwriter from Buffalo, NY, who after spending two years working in Africa, decided to pursue her career as a singer-songwriter in Los Angeles. Soon after moving to L.A., she was discovered by Grammy Award Winning Producer, Charlie Peacock. Classically & Jazz trained with over 20 years of professional experience in music, Skinner has performed on 3 different continents and is a sought after performer, teacher, session vocalist and multi-instrumentalist.
She has opened for Grammy Award Winners The Civil Wars, Charlie Peacock, Amy Grant, Beth Hart, Reeve Carney (Spiderman The Musical), Daniel Bedingfield, The Voice’s Tony Lucca, American Idol’s Jackie Tohn, and The Jonas Brothers.
Adjoa is performing worldwide with the release of her new album “Songs For Tall Women & The Short Men Who Love Them” with guest artists: Tap Dancer Andrew Nemr, Sister group SHEL and Norwegian Tenor Torstein Sodal.
Adjoa released her new EP “The Sun" and acoustic album “Unfinished” January 2013. Skinner is also a finalist in the Grammy Museum’s Be Heard Showcase April 2013 and is currently a finalist in the International Songwriters Competition 2013. All in all, Adjoa is the total package and is moving not only herself, but everyone she is connected with towards their destiny.
LIVE NYC Performance at IAM : the "God Made Me Tall" Tour