From her homeland of Brazil . . . to Hollywood . . . and now to Houston, singer and musician Lois Albez thrills audiences wherever and whenever she appears. 

Lois grew up in the coastal city of Recife, literally surrounded by music.  Her father, a seasoned performer himself, stressed its importance to all eleven of his children, and by the age of nine Lois was singing and playing the guitar at Sunday church services. 

After relocating to Los Angeles in 1995, she quickly found success in such venues as the Hollywood Bowl, House of Blues, Spago, and famed jazz venue The Baked Potato.  She also established a presence on the corporate scene, performing for such major clients as Xerox, the Burger King Corp., Fred Sands, United Way, Guess Jeans, People Magazine, Time Warner, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the SAG Awards, and the Los Angeles Opera.  She has entertained at large and small events for such A-list celebrities as Jay Leno, Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Kevin Costner, Burt Bacharach, Quincy Jones, Sting, Barbra Streisand, Goldie Hawn, and many others.

An accomplished bassist, guitarist, and songwriter as well as singer, Lois brings heat and passion to a wide range of styles including samba, bossa nova, and salsa.  Her diverse repertoire features material all the way from jazz standards, to torch songs, to R&B classics, to today’s dance hits. 

Whether performing alone or accompanied by outstanding musicians . . . whether singing in Portuguese, English, Spanish, Italian, or French . . . Lois Albez packs talent, polish, charm, and international sophistication into one small, soulful package.