Virginia Fudge is a St. John’s based singer-songwriter who can’t be pigeon-holed into any one genre. While her inner musical heart is full of grunge, art-rock and folk, Virginia writes in many styles, pop included. She won MusicNL's Electronic Artist of the year in 2021 and was also proud to be nominated for Ron Hynes Socan songwriter of the year. Her latest release All These Little Games was performed and produced in its entirety by Virginia and her producer Meg Warren. It achieved critical success with “Dragonfly” being featured on the Spotify editorial playlist “Indie All Stars.” Both “Dragonfly” and “Chit Chatter” were also featured on The East’s recent Best of 2021 list. Virginia has had two of her co-writes listed as semi-finalists in international songwriting competitions and “Hope to Bring” (performed by Rachel Cousins) was featured on Canadian television drama “The Wedding Planners.” Virginia is proud to be continuing to write and to have found her way back to performing publicly. She might be a late bloomer, but her dreams are still burning just as hot as ever.