Gabriella Lucia Cilmi is an Australian singer-songwriter. A contralto, Cilmi is known for her distinctive raspy singing voice. Her debut album, Lessons to Be Learned, was released in March 2008, becoming a moderate international success. Cilmi won six ARIA Music Awards, including Single of the Year and Best Female Artist, in 2008. Her second studio album, Ten, was released in March 2010. Her third studio album, The Sting, was released in November 2013. In 2019, Gabriella released a new six track EP, called The Water, which she said is a taste of what's to come for a new full-length studio album to be released in 2020. Cilmi holds dual Australian-Italian citizenship.
|Birth name:||Gabriella Lucia Cilmi|
|Born:||October 10, 1991, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|Genres:||Pop, soul, rock|
|Occupation(s):||Singer-songwriter, record producer|
|Labels:||Island, Mushroom, Universal Republic, Sweetness Tunes, Kin Records Ltd, Ferryhouse (GER)|
|Twitter:||Gabriella Cilmi's Twitter profile|
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About Gabriella Cilmi
Australian singer-songwriter who was discovered and offered four different major U.S. record deals at the age of thirteen.
She developed an interest in music at a very early age; however, because of her undisciplined nature, she was told that she would never make it in the music industry.
She was first discovered by Warner Bros executive Michael Parisi when she sang a cover of the Rolling Stones' "Jumpin' Jack Flash" at a Melbourne community festival, the Lygon Street Festa.
She grew up in Australia with her parents, Paula and Joe Cilmi, until they moved to London when she was fifteen. She has a brother named Joseph.
She helped support Leona Lewis during the U.K. leg of The Labyrinth Tour in 2010.
Information related to Gabriella Cilmi
- Australian contraltos
- Australian soul singers
- Australian child singers
- Singers from Melbourne
- Australian female pop singers
- Australian singer-songwriters
- 21st-century Australian singers
- Island Records artists
- ARIA Award winners