JoLivi recently released her EP, “Raw” and in celebration she is sharing her Poke Bowl with is made of RAW food… you get it? What a brilliant idea! Check out her EP here and find out how to make your very own Poke Bowl.
Poke (Hawaiian for “to slice” or “cut crosswise into pieces”), is diced raw fish served as either an appetizer or as a main course and is one of the main dishes of Native Hawaiian cuisine.
“I chose to do a raw poke dish bc it goes back to my roots. Ahi is a huge staple in Hawai’i and it was a must at every family gathering. Pineapple of course is a Hawaiian favorite. I added the cucumber for different texture and you can go wrong with avocado!!”
- ahi tuna
- soy sauce
- rice wine vinegar
- sesame oil
- and avocado
Born and raised in the Hawaii Islands, JoLivi’s love for country music started at a young age. While some may not correlate country music and the aloha state, the rural landscapes and laid-back lifestyle emulate everything we love about the genre. The ‘endearing’ and ‘vibrant’ vocalist (Taste of Country) caught the music bug as a child and quickly began singing wherever she had a chance. After graduating with a Theatre degree from Colorado State, JoLivi decided it was time to make the move to LA to pursue her music career full time.
While in LA, JoLivi had the opportunity to open for artists including Andy Grammar, Gavin DeGraw, Lindsey Stirling and more alongside the release of four singles garnering more than 850K views on YouTube and 750K combined streams on Spotify. Her vocal chops turned critics heads with Perez Hilton stating she possessed ‘star potential’ and Hot AC radio stations around the US spinning her singles.
Recalling the ‘grittiness of Pink as if mixed with the power of Trisha Yearwood’ (Roughstock), JoLivi is now residing in Nashville and celebrating the release of her ‘fiery’ (Taste of Country) new single entitled “Vinyl.” The “Vinyl” music video made its world premiere on CMT and Taste of Country recently named JoLivi one of ‘5 Country Acts to Watch’ in 2018.