Born and raised in New York, Veronica Martell began her singing career where most singers cut their teeth – in the church. As a singer in New York, she recorded and released several jazz CDs and had a successful career as a jazz vocalist with appearances worldwide and performances that included the acclaimed Copenhagen Jazz Festival.
While appearing on a television show on CMT Nashville, Veronica had a chance meeting with Country Music Hall of Fame legendary songwriter, Bobby Braddock, which turned into a mutual friendship and a musical collaboration. Veronica then joined forces with Nashville songwriter/producer Joey Sykes and a team of Nashville’s finest songwriters and musicians to complete her first country CD, “City Limits”.
In addition to her busy life in music, Veronica is a wife and mom to three children, runs her own entertainment company and is a founding member of “Stand Up For Suzanne” – a not for profit foundation that funds cutting edge breast cancer research. She is also an active volunteer for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and a St. Jude Children’s Hospital Partner in Hope.