Listen to: Sweet Disorder (2.5 meg) or Give It A Girl Radio Interview (5 meg)


Leza launched her singing career at age 3 with an impromptu rendition of DoReMi in the Waitomo Caves. The crowd cheered - she was hooked!

In the early 90s her enthusiasm was rewarded with a prolific career as a studio session singer, adding her vocals to countless tracks by NZ artists including Moana, Dave Parker, 3 the Hard Way, Kantuta, Greg Johnson and Jan Hellreigel to name a few.

She joined forces with Mark Tierney and Paul Casserly as part of their jingle machine, singing on countless edgy ditties for tv and radio play. Through this Leza became a collaborator in Mark and Paul's project, Strawpeople. Her vocals on the haunting APRA Silver Scroll winning "Sweet Disorder" won her the ear of the industry and a place in the CD collections of thousands of kiwis.

The door opened to a career gigging live with her band UNION and numerous TV spots, three Christmas in the Parks, two Starlight Symphonies and shows with the country's top artists like Debbie Harwood, Eddie Raynor, Tina Cross, Jackie Clarke, Mark Williams and Graham Brazier. A definite highlight was working with the immortal Renee Geyer and the APO at the Aotea centre - what a joy!

More recently, Leza continues to wow crowds with the inimitable music and energy that is UNION, and has been busy adding more strings to her musical bow.

She has been growing her DJing career, which started off as a bit of fun and a love of the music, into a tasty enterprise with several residencies and playing at star studded events all over town.

As if that wasn't enough - in 2008 she developed Leza and the Love Jones, a gorgeous alternative to the big band. Leza chooses top notch musos to join her in this duo or trio project.

It's sophisticated and soulful and definitely worth considering for a cocktail party or product launch where a smooth and funky atmosphere is needed.

There's plenty here for everyone and something to suit your entertainment needs - even if it is just having a laugh at the photos!