Tora Woloshin is an emerging force on the Pop music scene. With explosive live shows featuring her sexy and soulful vocal tones, she performs hits of the 60’s 70’s and 80’s, along with her emerging hit-making, original material. Tora has developed a musical style that is a hybrid mix of elite influences such as Lana Del Rey, Mariah Carey, Imogen Heap, Journey, Billie Eilish and Michael Jackson. The Tora Woloshin vibe and mesmerizing sound is a powerhouse musical cocktail of Pop, R&B,Rock and avant garde.
Tora Woloshin began singing, dancing, acting and performing at the age of 4. She released her first ep when she was 10 years old, then another that she wrote and produced at 13. America noticed Tora on The X Factor USA where she was mentored by Simon Cowell. Following X Factor, Tora signed with an indie record label in Miami and did a small radio tour when her song ‘Guns and Roses’ hit top-40 radio stations worldwide. After that contract ended, she choreographed and produced a full solo tour in China with two dancers she instructed. Soon after, she toured with grammy nominated artist, B.o.B. around the U.S. for a month. She has also opened for Ne-Yo, Flo Rida, Method Man and more. After releasing her album, Tiger, Woloshin began to invent a new genre. Within this genre are pure vocals (no autotune), and raw self-made productions (occasionally featuring some of her friends’ music). Tora graces two other projects with her riveting vocals and arrangements: her full band, Queen Machali ( queenmachali.com ) and folk duo, Going To Hogwarts. Not only musical, Tora has so many other hobbies and interests such as: farming (organic growing), training horses/dogs, racing cars/building, hand making and designing stage wear for her performances and she has also been a chef for about 15 years. Woloshin’s main goal in life is to save the world through the positive message in her music and her organization, REV Motion.
Aside from future goals and past achievements, Tora is currently part of Phi Theta Kappa and starting her Bachelor program at the SanFrancisco Art Institute this fall. She had also been accepted into Berklee School of Music, but after being offered more opportunities from the San Francisco Art Institute, she couldn’t refuse the offer. As Tora prepares for school, she remains busy self-managing all three of her musical projects; acting as a booking agent, website designer, accountant, promoter and music arranger/writer and composer.