Esha began writing songs when she was only six years old, shorty after being diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome. “Music became my therapy. It helped me cope and gave me an outlet for my emotions. And it taught me to dream.”
These days, she’s learned to manage her challenges and isn’t letting anything slow her down as she pursues her music. “I’ve found a way to cope through songwriting,” she says. “When you find something that you really love and put effort and time into it, it can have a positive impact on all areas of your life.”
Esha has a lot to channel all her positive energy into as her career is taking off. She’s signed a management deal with the Nashville-based Copeland Tucker Group. Her music video, “Yesterday” already has over 27,000 views in just a few short months. You will also find her featured in the 2017 and 2018 issues of Destination Magazine. The past year saw Esha bringing her live show to some very prestigious music festival events including The Aruba Summer Music Festival where she performed to a crowd of over 8000.