Wed, 7 June 2017
We had the opportunity to sit down with Boston's award winning singer-songwriter and artist Ruby Rose Fox. We caught her before she embarks on her longest tour yet for the release of her latest album 'Domestic.' We discuss her artistic process, how she found her voice and how musicians can stay afloat and find new financial streams in a time of free information and free streaming music.
Ruby Rose Fox, a vocal powerhouse of soul-driven, edgy rock ‘n’ roll (with a nod to new wave pop), whose voice threatens to knock down the walls of any room in which she performs is hard at work to make 2016 her strongest year of new releases and live performances.
In July & August 2015 Ruby Rose Fox was both the Improper Bostonian magazine’s pick for Best Musician of 2015 in the “Boston’s Best” issue, and featured on the cover of its 2015 “ Music” issue.
Ruby also took home the “ Best Pop Artist,” and “ Best Female Vocalist” honors at the 2015 Boston Music Awards, and was named “ Female Performer of the Year,” by the 2 016 New England Music Awards.
The Boston Herald describes Ruby Rose Fox’s music as “ arty, edgy rock ‘n’ roll that lets her be Lou Reed and Nico at the same time… [and seems] to come from another scene, another world.”
In April, 2015, Ruby Rose Fox embarked on a very successful tour supporting Martha Davis and The Motels promoting the release of two new singles: Blue Angel and Good Friday along the way.
On June 10th, 2015, Ruby Rose Fox was the musical guest featured in a live production of WBUR/NPR’s On Point Live! with Tom Ashbrook and Cheryl Strayed.
Following her Spring, 2015 tour with Martha Davis and the Motels, Ruby Rose Fox went back to the studio, working on a fresh album in conjunction with a Pledge Music campaign.
The new album, “Domestic” will be released on 5/24/2016, and will be supported by a series of new music videos to be released before the end of Summer, 2016.
In 2015 Ruby Rose Fox won “Best Pop Artist,” and “Best Female Vocalist”, at the Boston Music awards. She also won the 2016 New England Music Award for “Best Female Performer.”