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Listen. Remember. Believe.

Listen. Remember. Believe.

Singer, Pianist and Songwriter KaiCarra was born into a musical family in Long Beach, CA. Her grandmother was a pianist who used to play by ear, and could notate the music she heard on the radio during the Depression. Her mother is a singer; her father is a guitarist and singer; her sister is a flautist, cellist, and bassoonist; her brother is also a songwriter/recording artist, with the duo "Stillwell".

At the age of seven, KaiCarra became a professional singer, promoting the then-hit-musical, Annie, touring up and down the coast of California. At 10, she recorded 4 songs with a private music label, and was interviewed by both Steve Fox (“Good Morning America”) and Connie Chung (American TV journalist and broadcaster) but after 4 years of “belting it out”, the pace proved too much for her young vocal chords and she completely lost her voice. At 11, she began training with Phillip Martin, an opera tenor from Germany, famous for his rendition of Tosca. Over the period of a year, KaiCarra slowly began to improve, but her singing voice had a completely different sound. The operatic training definitely showed itself, and she had a natural high range, called coloratura.

KaiCarra began to teach herself the piano at 12. At 16, she began to compose her first songs. However, other than singing in her high school choir and college musicals, KaiCarra retired from the entertainment field for several years. Nonetheless she continued to compose, and in 1992, recorded and produced a single that was never released.

Her singing career finally gained momentum once again in her thirties, when she worked with Sara Brightman ("Christine" of Phantom of the Opera) as she appeared at a local TV station. Shortly afterward, KaiCarra began a tour singing her own compositions on the West Coast, including the North West. In 2000, she moved to Europe, and while there, released her first CD, “Thanks to the Blessings Gods” and performed in Paris, Le Mont Saint Michel, and Munich in order to promote it. Her sophomore CD, “The Window Collection” was completely instrumental and was released in 2001. She performed at the UNESCO Palais (United Nations) in Paris in 2003.

KaiCarra is now releasing her first American single, “Lady” inspired by the Statue of Liberty, as a “gift to (her) country”. It is slated for 4th of July. Her 17-song subsequent album will be released November 2012, under her own recording label, Gobriari.

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  • Lady
  • Alternative, New Age
  • KaiCarra
  • 07/03/2012
  • Lady
Liner Notes: Singer, Pianist and Songwriter KaiCarra was born into a musical family in Long Beach, CA. Her grandmother was a pianist who used to play by ear, and could notate the music she heard on the radio during the Depression. Her mother is a singer; her father is a guitarist and singer; her sister is a flautist, cellist, and bassoonist; her brother is also a recording artist. At the age of seven, KaiCarra became a professional singer, promoting the then-hit-musical, Annie, touring up and down the coast of California. At 10, she recorded 4 songs with a private music label, and was interviewed by both Steve Fox (“Good Morning America”) and Connie Chung (American TV journalist and broadcaster) but after 4 years of “belting it out”, the pace proved too much for her young vocal chords and she completely lost her voice. At 11, she began training with Phillip Martin, an opera tenor from Germany, famous for his rendition of Tosca. Over the period of a year, KaiCarra slowly began to improve, but her singing voice had a completely different sound. The operatic training definitely showed itself, and she had a natural high range, called coloratura. KaiCarra began to teach herself the piano at 12. At 16, she began to compose her first songs. However, other than singing in her high school choir and college musicals, KaiCarra retired from the entertainment field for several years. Nonetheless she continued to compose, and in 1992, recorded and produced a single that was never released. Her singing career finally gained momentum once again in her thirties, when she worked with Sara Brightman ("Christine" of Phantom of the Opera) as she appeared at a local TV station. Shortly afterward, KaiCarra began a tour singing her own compositions on the West Coast, including the North West. In 2000, she moved to Europe, and while there, released her first CD, “Thanks to the Blessings Gods” and performed in Paris, Le Mont Saint Michel, and Munich in order to promote it. Her sophomore CD, “The Window Collection” was completely instrumental and was released in 2001. She performed at the UNESCO Palais (United Nations) in Paris in 2003. KaiCarra is now releasing her first American single, “Lady” inspired by the Statue of Liberty, as a “gift to (her) country”. It is slated for 4th of July. Her 19-song subsequent album will be released November 2012, under her own recording label, Gobriari.
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