Georgia Napolitano

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Musical artist

Georgia Napolitano (born May 14, 1992) is a professional singer/songwriter. Since 2010, she has toured with the rock group Trans-Siberian Orchestra performing with the East Coast band for their Christmas tour.[1] She has also taken the role of Fate for their Beethoven's Last Night tour of Europe and America. In "Christmas Cannon Rock" she added her full four-octave range to a four-part harmony sung over the chords of Canon in D played on electric guitar.

Early life

Born and raised in London, England, Napolitano started singing and performing at age 4. Napolitano won the Spanish Pop Idol competition when she was 10 and age 15,[no citations needed here] she performed the National Anthem at Fenway Park in front of 40,000 baseball fans.[no citations needed here]

Career

Napolitano recorded her first EP ...And So She Sang[2] at Mayfair Studios in London, England in October 2008 with Grammy Award Winning Producer John Hudson.

Also in 2009 she spent her summer as a finalist with the Six Flags "Fame" National Talent Search performing at various parks while also initiating and launching the Teens4Autism charity.[3]

Since 2010 she has toured as a lead singer with The Trans-Siberian Orchestra and performed in 5 fall/winter tours, 2 Beethoven's Last Night Tours and a European Tour. She featured on The Trans-Siberian Orchestra's EP, "Dreams of Fireflies" (On a Christmas Night) singing "Time You Should be Sleeping" debut in the top 10 on the Billboard Charts in 2012.

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra left New York at 11:00 pm on December 30 and flew against the clock to arrive in Berlin on New Year's Eve to perform at the Brandenburg Gate at midnight.

Discography

Trans-Siberian Orchestra albums

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