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Izo FitzRoy


Raw, dynamic performances and honest song writing. That’s what it’s all about with the Jalapeno Records blues songstress - Izo FitzRoy. 

Uplifting harmonies delivered via her powerful lead vocal and jazz tinged keys work, set her apart from contemporaries and have won her play on BBC 6Music, BBC London, JazzFM, a FIP Selection award, the ‘Heavy Rotation’ feature on NPR in the US and strong support from the likes of Clash Magazine, Indie Shuffle, Mixmag, Eton Messy and La Belle Musique to name a few…   

Her songs are built for performance, sincere and compelling lyrics delivered over tight and melodic grooves. 

After years of directing gospel choirs her recording career took off in earnest after writing and recording the bulk of her debut album – ‘Skyline’ while she was living in New Orleans for the best part of a year. Production duties came courtesy of industry heavyweight - Dr Rubberfunk. This creative partnership flourished and quickly grew into a whole albums worth of material, producing a record that channelled her gutsy gospel style and colourful bluesy keys through vintage funk grooves.

After the success of her debut Izo was in demand and toured across Europe tirelessly, all the while writing her next record and lending her talents to others, including features on tracks by Kraak & Smaak, Smoove & Turrell, Flevans, and Dr Rubberfunk 

2019 was also the year the music industry really stood up and took notice of her exploits as she was invited to several songwriter camps by BPI and was funded by the PRS who recognised her song writing potential. 

2020 saw the release of her second album ‘How The Mighty Fall’ which sees her working with producers such as the Mercury award nominated Colin Elliot (Richard Hawley, Jarvis Cocker, Paul Weller), the multi talented Shawn Lee (Young Gun Silver Fox)  and the inimitable disco don - Dimitri From Paris. 

Utilising this crack team of collaborators Izo really explores her beautiful compositions on a grander scale than ever before.  Completing the wealth of talent on the new record are one of the finest soul brass sections in the business – The Haggis Horns, as well as Izo’s very own Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir who add a touch of grandeur and extra power to these wonderful arrangements.   

Izo FitzRoy also collaborates with many producers from across the globe writing top lines and singing specifically for sync briefs. 


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