B i o g r a p h y
A musical journey that began 30 years ago and influenced by such divas as Ella Fitzgerald, Chaka Khan & Sade, Shaune Ann Feuz knew her destiny belonged in music. Audiences worldwide have been captivated by Shaune Ann's beautiful singing voice. A dynamic singer and performer with a voice that is powerful, sultry and velvety smooth, Shaune has written & performed songs for NBC, ABC, FOX, CBS, CBC, The Disney channel, Dream Works, Paramount Pictures, and many more. Her unique blend of music unites the sounds of Contemporary pop with cool undertones of jazz & soul.
Shaune developed her passion for jazz while at Humber College where she had the pleasure of fronting with her schools #1 award winning Big Band conducted by Ron Collier of Duke Ellington Orchestra Fame. Since her college days Shaune Ann has gained valuable industry experience working professionally in the music business. She has toured through Europe & Asia, the United States, and across Canada promoting her unique vocal style.
"Shaune Ann has definitely earned the respect awarded her by her peers in the music industry." Keith Stegall, songwriter/ producer (of Mercury Records Nashville).
"Shaune Ann is one of the best singer songwriters I've heard in a long time." Dan Hill ("Sometimes When We Touch", "Seduces Me" performed by Celine Dion, "Love Of My Life" performed by Sammy Kershaw), a Grammy Award Winning singer and songwriter expressed this appreciative prediction of Shaune Ann after they recorded the duet, "One More Try" for Hill's 1997 album release.
"Shaune Ann Feuz is a true Jazz professional. Excellent phrasing and vocal technique! A stunning performance." Brad Chambers, KLAC 570 AM Program Director
Success and Accolades highlights…
Original Song "Burning Down" Film Stolen Path
Cottonell, Bounce, Toyota, Eatons, Sears, Lexus, Micro Soft, U.S. Marines, Oil Of Olay, McDonnalds & Mattel.
Currently Working on a new Jazz CD release date spring 2021
Launched "Feuz Muzic" combined all aspects of Shaune's career in the music industry ~ 2004 to present.
Release on Itunes single “Does Anybody Really Care”
Contribution to compilation CD's
"Females on Fire Volume 3" CD 2008 though "Warrior Girl Music"
Single "Does anybody really care" landed a spot on - Music for coffee beings 08
"Let's Talk About Love" TV Movie "Z3" (Disney Channel) with Phil Marshall (Aired June 2004)
"A Whole New Me" written with Phil Marshall and performed by Julie Regans for TV Movie "Revenge of the Middle Aged Woman" achieved #1 in ratings for movie of the week on CBS ~ 2004.
"Love Changes Everything" is an original song written & performed by Shaune Ann and featured in the ABC Family Network Movie-Of-The-Week special "I Want To Marry Ryan Banks" in January ~ 2004.
Contributed vocals to the Dreamworks Animated feature film "Sinbad" featuring the voices of Brad Pitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones & Michelle Pheifer (Released July 2003)
Performed the closing theme song live on TV for the final episode of Survivor II - The Outback
Signed publishing deal with producer Keith Stegal (Nashville fame)
Co wrote with Dan Hill (canadian singer song writer)
& Keith Stegall.
Finalist for the KLAC 570 AM "Fabulous Finds" 2003 Jazz Contest
Release of her ballad "Come Morning" received regular airplay on the WAVE 94.7 FM in Canada
Winner of the 2000 Millennium Talent Search, a pilot TV show for USA Network.
Toured with Peter Fonda and Branscombe Richmond (Renegade) in Tahiti and Campo Grande, Brazil and across USA as a lead vocalist for the World Motor Cycle Tour representing Indian Motor Cycles
Finalist in the 1999 Lilith Fair Competition to tour with Sarah McLaughlin, sponsored by Star 98.7 FM, chosen for the Top 20 finalists out of 3,000 applicant submissions.
Shaune's song "I Can't Carry You" was awarded a spot in the 2001 semi finals of the USA SONG WRITING COMPETITION picked from thousands of entries.
Provided background vocals for Enya's on Jay Leno's Tonight Show and various other performances.
On Film with Mel Gibson movie “What Women Want"
”City TV/Breakfast Television - (1997) Live nationally broadcast performance promoting 'Just Say You Love Me'.
Released a remake of the Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis 1980's track "Tender Love" on Popular Records in 1998, which reached #8 on the Canadian charts. Her first album, "Just Say You Loved Me" released in 1996 in collaboration with Eddie Bullen (Liberty Silver, Deborah Cox, Oleta Adams, Billy Newton Davis)
Her first album, "Just Say You Loved Me" released in 1996 in collaboration with Eddie Bullen (Liberty Silver, Deborah Cox, Oleta Adams, Billy Newton Davis)