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Cimorelli in December 2014

Basic Information

Origin: Sacramento, California
Genres: Pop
Years active: 2007-present
Associated acts: Megan & Liz
Ryan Beatty
MattyBRaps
James Maslow
P.O. box: Cimorelli, PO Box 4131, Malibu, CA 90264-4131[1]

Members

Christina Cimorelli
Katherine Cimorelli
Lisa Cimorelli
Amy Cimorelli
Lauren Cimorelli
Dani Cimorelli

EPs

Hello There
CimFam EP
Believe It EP
Made in America EP
Renegade EP
Christmas Magic EP

Albums

None yet

Cimorelli is a singing group that became well-known through YouTube. They are currently signed to Universal Music's Island label. The band consists of six sisters: Christina, Katherine, Lisa, Amy, Lauren, and Dani Cimorelli. Their debut album is expected to be released in 2015.[2]

About Cimorelli

Cimorelli covers popular songs and posts them on YouTube. Cimorelli is the band's name because it's the girls' last name. They also have five brothers, who sometimes appear in the girls' videos. The original members of the group were Christina, Katherine, Lisa, Amy and Lauren, who launched the band in 2007.

Their covers and original songs feature their signature harmonies and are more often then not acappella. The solos are split up between the six of them on every song. Harmony parts are assigned according to vocal range and lyrical age-appropriateness. Because the girls do not swear and have many younger fans, they sometimes change the lyrics of a song they are covering to make it more age-appropriate.

History

2007

In 2007, the five oldest girls and oldest brother, Mike Cimorelli Jr., began Cimorelli as a group, and recorded covers of popular songs and uploaded them to YouTube.

2008

In 2008, the girls released their first EP called Hello There. Each song was written by Christina and Lauren with the vocal harmonies arranged by Lisa. It was not officially released under a record label.

2009

In 2009, the band came under the management of Sarah Stennett. They signed with Universal Music.

2010

In 2010, the family moved to Southern California so the girls could pursue their music career.

Dani Cimorelli, the youngest sister, officially joined the group.

2011

In 2011, they released their first the EP under the label. CimFam EP was released on December 6, 2011.

2012

In the summer of 2012, Cimorelli was nominated for a Teen Choice Award in the category of "Choice Web Star," but lost to Sophia Grace and Rosie.

In the beginning of June, Cimorelli was featured in the Just Dance 4 trailer featuring Flo Rida.[3] They can be seen in the beginning and ending.

Around August of 2012, Cimorelli teamed up with AT&T for their "Don't Text and Drive" campaign. The girls uploaded multiple videos dealing with the topic.

December 11th, Cimorelli released their EP, Believe It, on iTunes and Amazon. Also with a music video for Believe It on their new VEVO YouTube channel the same day.

2013

In June of 2013, the girls collaborated with James Maslow from Big Time Rush on a cover.

On June 18, Cimorelli released their fourth EP Made in America. They released a music video on VEVO for the title track Made in America on June 26th.

In August, the girls revealed two new songs at their final stop on the tour, Unsaid Things and The Last Time. They also sat down with Chelsea Briggs from Hollywire TV to talk about their upcoming debut album and Lisa said they had two albums worth of songs that they've written to start recording during August.

After losing the previous year, Cimorelli pulled out the win in 2013 Teen Choice Award for Choice Web Star.

2014

The summer of 2014 Cimorelli performed at DigiFest in London, DigiFest NYC, and DigiFest Toronto.

On May 19th, Cimorelli hosted the AwesomenessTV show on Nickelodeon at 8pm.

On June 5th, Hasbro Inc presented a new brand anthem for their DOHVINCI Art and Design Kits, an original song written by Cimorelli called, "What I do". It was released on iTunes the same day.

In June, Cimorelli launched a web series entitled "Summer with Cimorelli", which was sponsored by the restaurant franchise Subway. They released a new single through the series episodes, "Everything You Have", on June 9th on iTunes.

On August 25th, the girls released the single "Come Over" on iTunes. Written for Hasbro, it is included in the Twister Dance game, with A Twister Dance Remix of the song released on iTunes the same day.

On October 27th, they released their fifth EP called Renegade. With all four originals later having music videos published on VEVO.

They released Christmas Magic EP on November 24th on iTunes. The album is entirely a Capella. They later released a music video for Joy To the World from the album on VEVO the 17th of December.

On December 9th it was announced that Cimorelli signed a cross-platform production and distribution deal with Entertainment One that will bring the them to TV and film projects.

On December 18th, Lauren and Dani Cimorelli were featured on Nickelodeon's show React To That.

2015

On March 10, Cimorelli's bonus track to Renegade, "All My Friends Say" was released. The music video came out on March 19th.

Cimorelli's EPs:

Hello There

Includes six original songs:

CimFam

Includes one original song and five covers:

Believe It

Includes three original songs and one Christmas cover:

Made in America

Includes four original songs:

Renegade

Includes four original songs:

Christmas Magic

Includes five Christmas covers:

  • Joy To The World
  • The Coventry Carol (Lullay)
  • The First Noel
  • Carol Of The Bells
  • Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Discography

Covers

Original Songs

Members

Current

Former

Tours

Trivia

  • Cimorelli and Rita Ora have the same manager.[6]
  • Cimorelli is also on the same label as Austin Mahone.
  • Cimorelli posted their new cover of "Joy to the World" on their Vevo on December 17, the same day as their old one 5 years earlier.
  • Cimorelli has 3 pairs of shared birthdays in the whole family. Michael and Christian's on February 18, Christina and Lauren's on August 12, and Lisa and Nick's on September 19.
  • The drivers in Cimorelli all failed their first driving test.[7]

Gallery

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