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Sandra Bouza
10 months ago
Thanks for being part of my community!

This is a very exciting time. The new album is recorded, CDs have been produced and the release campaign is well underway. We stil
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January 28th 2024
Sandra Bouza is not only a beautiful artist, she also has a gift engaging the audience and making her music so much more meaningful. In an intimate setting like Sellers&Newels a truly unique experience.
Toronto, ON@
Sellers & Newel Second-Hand Books
D'Arcy
November 27th 2023
She may have let a sound give up her conversation with the dark, but last night Sandra Bouza was a ray of light in our rather gloom world.
Toronto, ON@
The Redwood Theatre
John
November 26th 2023
First time to the Redwood Theatre and this spot is a hidden gem to see a show. Great service from the bar team and not a bad seat in the house. Sandra Bouza is an amazing artist/musican/entertainer. Accompanied with great musicians she took us on a musical journey through her life carried by her passion, emotions and beautiful voice. OMG is all I can say as was thoroughly impressed by her show and will be following her renewed musical journey. If you are looking for an artistic gem, Sandra is your answer and you won't be disappointed. Thanks Sandra! You made our night!
Toronto, ON@
The Redwood Theatre

About Sandra Bouza

Most of the music we listen to never really gets under our skin. As pleasant and catchy as it may be, it skims along the surface, like a stone skipping across water. Every now and then, if we are really lucky, we encounter an artist like Sandra Bouza who gets right down into our blood and bones. An artist whose voice stops us in our tracks.

It’s not something that happens overnight. Sandra, who was born in Toronto, and spent her childhood flitting back and forth between Canada and Spain, has been preparing for her whole life to arrive where she is right now. Never at home in any one place, she’s always had an outsider’s sense of not quite fitting into her surroundings. Sandra recalls, “When I was growing up, I was always on the fringes of wherever I was. When I was in Canada, I didn’t feel like I was Canadian. When I was in Spain, I didn’t feel like I was Spanish.”

Always a keen observer, Sandra absorbed many of the sights and sounds of her father’s Galician homeland in Northern Spain where she spent nearly half of every other year. Her mother homeschooled her in much more than the academic subjects she was missing while away from her Canadian home. Encouraged to listen closely to songs on the radio as well as records from her mother’s large collection, she received a natural education in music, and has been singing and playing guitar from a very young age.

It was a natural step for Bouza to choose a life in music, and to begin performing professionally in Canada. Right from the start, she worked tirelessly on her craft and walked through every door that opened, but a new element was needed if she was going to take her music where it needed to go. So, after a decade of writing and singing her own songs at home, Sandra’s life took another turn when a planned six-week sojourn to Morocco turned into a three-year long odyssey. Away from her familiar surroundings, Bouza continued to perform and develop her skills until she knew it was time to come home.

Sandra hit the ground running when she returned to Toronto. Within her first year at home, she won the Toronto Blues Talent search and came second in the city’s prestigious Soul Slam. The early promise of ‘Three Years,’ her 2018 Ep, and ‘Falling Away From Me,’ her first full length album that followed in 2020, put everyone on notice that Sandra Bouza was an artist to watch.

Everything came together for Sandra during an artist’s residence on Halls Island where she wrote most of the material for her upcoming album, ’A Sound in the Dark.’ Everyone who’s heard her sing knows that Sandra’s always been a powerful vocalist and a compelling songwriter, but with the new recording, she has truly found her own voice, and the promise of her earlier work has come to full fruition.

“This record is truly me - more me than I have ever been able to give up to this point. With the new songs, I share more of myself than I have ever been able to do before.”

You can hear echoes of Etta James and Carla Thomas in Bouza’s powerful and highly nuanced phrasing. Like Amy Winehouse and Adele, Sandra’s absorbed a lot from listening to the greats from the golden age of R and B, but like them, she has emerged with a style that is all her own. Gifted with a masterful sense of poise and control, few singers can inhabit a vocal like Bouza does.

Sandra has never shied away from the kind of tough subjects that you have to have lived through to sing convincingly about. Sober for several years now, her music continues to touch on personal struggles, but as a person, she has moved onto higher ground.

“I won’t always sing about recovery and getting straight. I used to think that I couldn’t write or perform without a substance to help me get there. But, I don’t think like that anymore. This is me and these are songs of empowerment. I don’t feel the temptation. I know where I am headed. I’m not looking back.”
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Genres:
Blues, Folk, Roots Rock
Hometown:
Toronto, Canada

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Sandra Bouza to play in your city
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concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of Sandra Bouza

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Latest Post

Sandra Bouza
10 months ago
Thanks for being part of my community!

This is a very exciting time. The new album is recorded, CDs have been produced and the release campaign is well underway. We stil
more
Sandra Bouza's tour

Fan Reviews

January 28th 2024
Sandra Bouza is not only a beautiful artist, she also has a gift engaging the audience and making her music so much more meaningful. In an intimate setting like Sellers&Newels a truly unique experience.
Toronto, ON@
Sellers & Newel Second-Hand Books
D'Arcy
November 27th 2023
She may have let a sound give up her conversation with the dark, but last night Sandra Bouza was a ray of light in our rather gloom world.
Toronto, ON@
The Redwood Theatre
John
November 26th 2023
First time to the Redwood Theatre and this spot is a hidden gem to see a show. Great service from the bar team and not a bad seat in the house. Sandra Bouza is an amazing artist/musican/entertainer. Accompanied with great musicians she took us on a musical journey through her life carried by her passion, emotions and beautiful voice. OMG is all I can say as was thoroughly impressed by her show and will be following her renewed musical journey. If you are looking for an artistic gem, Sandra is your answer and you won't be disappointed. Thanks Sandra! You made our night!
Toronto, ON@
The Redwood Theatre

About Sandra Bouza

Most of the music we listen to never really gets under our skin. As pleasant and catchy as it may be, it skims along the surface, like a stone skipping across water. Every now and then, if we are really lucky, we encounter an artist like Sandra Bouza who gets right down into our blood and bones. An artist whose voice stops us in our tracks.

It’s not something that happens overnight. Sandra, who was born in Toronto, and spent her childhood flitting back and forth between Canada and Spain, has been preparing for her whole life to arrive where she is right now. Never at home in any one place, she’s always had an outsider’s sense of not quite fitting into her surroundings. Sandra recalls, “When I was growing up, I was always on the fringes of wherever I was. When I was in Canada, I didn’t feel like I was Canadian. When I was in Spain, I didn’t feel like I was Spanish.”

Always a keen observer, Sandra absorbed many of the sights and sounds of her father’s Galician homeland in Northern Spain where she spent nearly half of every other year. Her mother homeschooled her in much more than the academic subjects she was missing while away from her Canadian home. Encouraged to listen closely to songs on the radio as well as records from her mother’s large collection, she received a natural education in music, and has been singing and playing guitar from a very young age.

It was a natural step for Bouza to choose a life in music, and to begin performing professionally in Canada. Right from the start, she worked tirelessly on her craft and walked through every door that opened, but a new element was needed if she was going to take her music where it needed to go. So, after a decade of writing and singing her own songs at home, Sandra’s life took another turn when a planned six-week sojourn to Morocco turned into a three-year long odyssey. Away from her familiar surroundings, Bouza continued to perform and develop her skills until she knew it was time to come home.

Sandra hit the ground running when she returned to Toronto. Within her first year at home, she won the Toronto Blues Talent search and came second in the city’s prestigious Soul Slam. The early promise of ‘Three Years,’ her 2018 Ep, and ‘Falling Away From Me,’ her first full length album that followed in 2020, put everyone on notice that Sandra Bouza was an artist to watch.

Everything came together for Sandra during an artist’s residence on Halls Island where she wrote most of the material for her upcoming album, ’A Sound in the Dark.’ Everyone who’s heard her sing knows that Sandra’s always been a powerful vocalist and a compelling songwriter, but with the new recording, she has truly found her own voice, and the promise of her earlier work has come to full fruition.

“This record is truly me - more me than I have ever been able to give up to this point. With the new songs, I share more of myself than I have ever been able to do before.”

You can hear echoes of Etta James and Carla Thomas in Bouza’s powerful and highly nuanced phrasing. Like Amy Winehouse and Adele, Sandra’s absorbed a lot from listening to the greats from the golden age of R and B, but like them, she has emerged with a style that is all her own. Gifted with a masterful sense of poise and control, few singers can inhabit a vocal like Bouza does.

Sandra has never shied away from the kind of tough subjects that you have to have lived through to sing convincingly about. Sober for several years now, her music continues to touch on personal struggles, but as a person, she has moved onto higher ground.

“I won’t always sing about recovery and getting straight. I used to think that I couldn’t write or perform without a substance to help me get there. But, I don’t think like that anymore. This is me and these are songs of empowerment. I don’t feel the temptation. I know where I am headed. I’m not looking back.”
Show More
Genres:
Blues, Folk, Roots Rock
Hometown:
Toronto, Canada

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