Ramzi's story really started in 2006 when he left California for New York in search of adventure and to strengthen his musical chops. While in New York he played all over the city, including various bars/clubs/coffeehouses, in-store performances at Best Buy, a benefit concert at Lincoln Center, and at NYU Hospital as an active member of Musicians on Call. In 2008 he released his debut album, "Color", consisting of a dozen songs, written half in California and half in New York; an album Ramzi describes as "Songs about love and life, intended to put a smile on your face." Following that up was the album, “Champagne and Cigarettes” produced by Sean Gill of The Passengerz (Seal, Madonna, Nelly Furtado). A selection of five songs dedicated to moments that have influenced his life and people that have crossed his path and left their mark.

Now back on the west coast, with new songs, new sounds, and new things to say, Ramzi is continuing his musical journey. Playing as a 5-piece band that effortlessly blends it all together, his sound is one of upbeat tunes, tight harmonies, and just the right amount of energy to put a smile on your face and a beat under your feet.

While his folk-rock-pop draws comparisons to other successful singer-songwriters such as John Mayer and Jason Mraz, his stories are most definitely his own. And though the catchy melodies and accomplished guitar work will impress, Ramzi is a storyteller first and foremost. Inspired by people he has met and experiences in his life, he opens up to us without shame or boundaries, inviting us to join him on a journey into his world.