Brit Rodriguez is known for her soulful, smoky voice that beautifully contrasts with the bright, colorful sound of her ukulele. As a musician, she is renowned for her lyrical content and melodic prowess. As a performer, audiences are captivated by her unique sense of humor and down to Earth personality. Influenced by late fifties R&B and nineties dance music, Brit is a hybrid of the raw, youthful energy of today and the great soul and folk divas of the past.
In 2014 she debuted her first demo, My Name Is Brit Rodriguez Please Listen To Me, showcasing only vocals and ukulele. After touring all over the world, from New Zealand to Los Angeles, Brit dedicated several months entirely to working in the studio. In April 2016 Brit released her first fully produced EP, How to Burn, under Caffeine Records.
In her spare time, she runs a music program at the Ronald McDonald House in Los Angeles. She is the founder of Team Ukulele, a charity that supplies instruments and workshops to facilities in Southern California, and Uke Jam L.A., a pop up strum along in the city.