Kelly Melissa Sweet, also known professionally as Haliene, is an American electropop singer-songwriter currently living in Los Angeles. As Haliene, she is known for her vocal collaborations with EDM artists Armin van Buuren, Seven Lions, ATB, Ferry Corsten, Aly & Fila and her song with Gareth Emery & Standerwick, "Saving Light", which won the A State of Trance award, "Tune of the Year," by Armin van Buuren.
|Birth name||Kelly Melissa Sweet|
|Also known as||Haliene|
|Born||March 29, 1988|
|Origin||Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States|
|Genres||Pop, vocal trance, house, electronic dance, dubstep|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, record producer|
|Years active||2006–present (singer), 2014–present (Haliene)|
|Labels||Razor & Tie, Lakeshore Records, Enhanced Recordings, Monstercat, Armada Music, Casablanca Records|
|Associated acts||Gareth Emery, Standerwick, Seven Lions, Ferry Corsten, Illenium, Armin Van Buuren, Dave Koz|
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Electro-pop artist who found fame providing tracks for many popular TV shows, including Passions, One Life to Live, and A.D.: The Bible Continues.
She began performing at the age of 4. By 14 she was polished as a performer, being booked to sing the Nation Anthem at three Los Angeles Lakers games.
She opened for legendary singer-songwriter Paul Simon in the summer of 2006 and shortly thereafter released her debut album, We Are One, in March of 2007.
Her parents, pianist Jeffrey Howard Sweet, and artist Candace Lynn Sweet, were strong influences on her pursuit of music. Tragically, Sweet lost both of her parents within a year, due to cancer.
Her cover of the classic Phil Collins' song "In The Air Tonight" was used to promote the NBC show Believe in January, 2014.
- Razor & Tie artists
- Victor Entertainment artists
- Italian-language singers
- Singers from Massachusetts
Latest information about Kelly Sweet updated on May 07, 2021.