Lovena B. Fox is an extremely gifted Actress, Singer and Songwriter and in 2005 she was inducted into the British Columbia Entertainment Hall of Fame. Ms Fox has her own One Woman Cabaret show, which she currently performs at special events, and on several major cruise lines. Ms Fox also has extensive theatre credits, which include starring as Eva Peron in the Arts Club Stanley Theatre's 2004 production of Evita in Vancouver. She also played the role of 'Sarah' in the Chicago and U.S. National Tour production's of the Tony Award Winning Musical 'Ragtime' for which she received critical acclaim and was nominated Best Actress at the 2001 National Broadway Theatre Awards. She also won the 2002 Connecticut Critic's Circle Award for Best Actress for her performance as 'Lucy' in the Musical 'Jekyll & Hyde' and co-starred in the musical 'The Education of Randy Newman' for A.C.T. Theatre in Seattle Washington. Other theatre credits include, 'Jacques Brel', 'Ain't Misbehavin,' 'Little Shop of Horrors', 'Black & Gold Revue', 'The Colored Museum' & 'Sophisticated Ladies'. As a recording artist Lovena is best known as the powerful voice behind the BMG/RCA recording Duo Love & Sas. Her lead vocals on 4 top 10 singles ultimately led the group to win 2 Juno Awards (Canadian Grammy), a Much Music Video Award (Canada's MTV), and reach #42 on Billboard. Lovena has written, recorded and/or performed with several well known artists like Bon Jovi, Colin James, Brian Macleod, Bill Henderson, The Payolas, Ted Danson, Michael J. Fox, Jasmine Guy, William Shatner, Jerry Lewis and David Foster. One song co-written by Lovena was recorded in French by recording artist Lara Fabian and sold over 750,000 copies in Canada and Europe. Lovena has appeared on several TV shows including 'Jay Leno', 'Jerry Lewis Telethon', 'Dini Petty', 'Much Music' 'All My Children', 'The Chris Issac Show' and 'Dead like me'.