EASHA is an 19 year old New Jersey based pop artist. She was a finalist at the World Cafe Live Yearly Showcase in Philadelphia, performs at local festivals, and is set to perform an early show at the Bluebird Cafe. In Nashville, she regularly co-writes and works with Grammy winning songwriter Liz Rose (who writes songs for Taylor Swift, Little Big Town etc.).
Her original work has been featured on The Atlantic, Yahoo!, Music Inc. Magazine, the Trentonian etc. Ultimately, giving back is as important as recognition to Easha. In her school orchestra, she composed music and lyrics for two UNICEF tributes (“A Better Day” and “Waves”) that she performed on an international charity tour. The songs were so well-received that the CEO of UNICEF herself praised the “skill” and “passion exhibited.” Finally, EASHA is the Grand Prize winner of the National Lionsgate Cover Competition.
EASHA’s music is like if Norah Jones married John Mayer, surprising the audience with an Indian Classical Music background. Outside of her singing/songwriting, EASHA enjoys triathlons and business --- she placed 11th in the world at the 2019 World Championships of Triathlon in Switzerland and attends Stanford University.