“Eve Fleishman brings dreamy folk-tinged jazz…”
“Her voice floats innocent and pristine on a melancholic sea, as if we are sailing from Nashville to San Francisco with her (a move she made a few years ago), picking up flecks of Americana along the way…” – Annie Bacon, SF Critic
“This is pretty spectacular…such a beautiful collaboration.” – Viv Nesbitt, Art of the Song Radio
“So different and a total pleasure. You come by this honest – you’re a composite of every place you’ve ever been.” – Randy and Helen, In the Music Room radio show
“Recalling the way art had inspired her song about Van Gogh, …Eve’s shows are part storytelling, part concert.” – Kami Rice, Nashville Arts Magazine
“Beautiful voice and great live show. I love this music!” – Chris Jordan, WRFN Nashville
“A perfect performance.” – Jan Schmidt, The Laurinburg Exchange
“One of the best concerts we’ve had.” – Keith Cochrane, SJC Jazz Fest
Eve Fleishman engages the listener with her sultry sweet sounds of original jazz-folk-pop. Some have likened her to New York 50’s diva Blossom Dearie, though Eve’s light girlish voice is as much a flavor of her Southern and cross-country American roots. Nashville meets San Francisco, east meets west – she sings of peace, love, community and a sense of place.
Born in North Carolina, raised in Florida, Eve developed a wanderlust that eventually took her from Berklee College of Music (Boston) to Nashville. She spent many years writing and recording in Music City, releasing original kids’ music with her duo, Eve and Mare and her first solo album, Peace or Drama.
Eve’s music has been played on radio stations world-wide (including XM) and she has appeared live on both TV and radio, including NPR, Mitch Albom Show and Art of the Song. She has graced the stage of renowned venues such as Eddie’s Attic (Atlanta), Cain’s Ballroom (Tulsa), The Salon (Philadelphia), Ryman Auditorium (Nashville), The Mint (Los Angeles) and Cairo Jazz Club (Egypt).
Eve embarked on a national tour of her highly-acclaimed project, Peace or Drama, A Journey Through Music and Art, with 13 original songs and paintings. This unique experiment of “art inspires art” received national attention and raised thousands of dollars for PeaceTones charity.
Now calling San Francisco home, Eve has garnered praise for her new Atmospheric Epic album, with songs about that sparkling, romantic city by the bay. Her single, “City Light,” was recently featured at the SF Giants games. In addition to her performances, Eve leads songwriting workshops and teaches yoga classes for singers/musicians and the general public.