Eva began singing around the time she began talking and hasn't stopped since.

As a young girl she performed in musical theater and in her early teens joined the Good News Gospel Choir. She quickly discovered her love of gospel and soul music and became a soloist under the direction of Chris Coogan.

While in high school, Eva performed many lead roles with the prestigious Staples Players Theatre program. These roles included Maureen in Rent, Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, Rosemary in How To Succeed in Business without Really Trying, Carmen in Curtains and Kate in Brighton Beach Memoirs.

Singing jingles professionally for Crushing Studios at the age of 16 introduced Eva to the world of recorded music. In addition to appearing on many demos, her voice can be heard on two television ads for the Hair Cuttery chain of salons as well as on commercials for the Cedar Fair Entertainment group of amusement parks.

Eva began writing original songs while in high school. She recorded many of these with her band, Charly Bliss, at Carriage House in Stamford the summer of 2012. Their second EP " A Lot To Say " was just released in 2013 and is available through the Bandcamp link on their Facebook page. Eva is currently enrolled in the Clive Davis School of Recorded Music at New York University and is performing with her band in the New York area. Click here to like them on Facebook.