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All the Colours of Veronica Fusaro

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Award-winning soul pop artist Veronica Fusaro is no newcomer to Mumbai city, for the Swiss-Italian songstress has visited India on two occasions for live performances.

Veronica celebrates life, love, the things she sees around her, nature, in her lyrics and songs that ignite a spark in anyone who listens to them.

With her newly-released debut album All The Colors of the Sky last month, Fusaro joins the ranks of top female artists making music today. The 24-year-old started off her career in 2016 and has opened for Mark Knopfler from Dire Straits at the amphitheater in Nîmes, France in front of 13,000 people.

In a telephonic chat with VERUS FERREIRA, Veronica Fusaro opens up her heart on her life, her music, her album, and of course, why she loves Mumbai so much. Read on to discover this amazing singer-songwriter whose distinctive vocals and seductive beats have mesmerized many.

So let’s go back to when it all started…
It all started off very harmless; I always enjoyed listening to music and making music. I used to sing in the school choirs and school bands; whenever there was an opportunity to sing I was first in the row. In the third grade, I then started going for guitar lessons, which I didn’t enjoy that much at that moment, but looking back, it influenced my current playing a lot. I went for lessons for three years, and then eventually stopped going because I wanted to play and sing other songs than the ones my teacher suggested to me. From there on I started learning on my own, and I also started writing songs. And here we are today, this thing called music that I always enjoyed doing just developed into this passion of mine, into this friend I can always turn to.

Were you in any music bands before moving on as a solo artist?
Ha ha, yes I was. You’re bringing back some memories… Well, the first band I was in was in secondary school, the school band. And then in high school, I was in a jazz school band, but I also kind of started my own band, gathering some people I knew from secondary school. We called ourselves Fallout Queens, and we did a few little gigs.

Cover of the February 2023 issue of The Teenager Today featuring Veronica Fusaro

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Verus Ferreira is a music journalist for over three decades. He is the author of The Great Music Quiz Book and The Great Rock Music Quiz Book and the founder of Musicunplugged.in

Verus Ferreira

Verus Ferreira is a music journalist for over three decades. He is the author of The Great Music Quiz Book and The Great Rock Music Quiz Book and the founder of Musicunplugged.in