About Ali Isabella
At just 17, Ali Isabella has already performed at many of NYC’s legendary clubs, headlined at two pre-Grammy parties, one honoring Quincy Jones and Stevie Wonder celebrating the 54th and for St. Jude’s hospital the 55th annual Grammy awards. In 2012, she was a opening act to superstars, Reba McEntire and LoneStar at the world renowned Wembley Arena in London, England where she performed her original songs and became the youngest ever to appear in that famed venue.
Ali released her first album in 2012 “ Say You’ll Be Mine” in the UK. The first single from the album “ What If” quickly reached #13 in the Hotdisc Charts in the UK and featured in radio play across Europe. In the US her debut single “ New York City Country Girl” – reached #14 on the coveted BillBoard Hot 100 Singles Sales Chart and was #1 for 4 weeks on the Billboard Country Hot Single Sales Chart.
In 2012, Ali was selected for The New Music Seminar’s ‘Artist On The Verge’ – Top 100 Chart, the most comprehensive chart for emerging musical talent from all genres and now appears regularly with her band in major NYC venues including The Studio at Webster Hall. The Delancey, The Living Room, and Central Park. Ali is also the Youth ambassador for the Babies Division at March of Dimes in Westchester County, NY.
Ali’s first major Television performance in the US was on the top rated FOX 5 morning TV show, Good Day New York. She has since taped her own special at the Hard Rock Café in Foxwoods Casino and been showcased as a new artist on FUSE News TV. Already this Spring Ali has an impressive lineup of performances including the Westchester, NY March for Babies Youth Kickoff Concert at Ridge Hill Mall and special performances at Applebee’s Restaurants to benefit Westchester’s 2013 March for Babies Annual Walk.
In April, Ali will be a headline artist at the 2013 “ I Create Music” ASCAP expo at LOEWS Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles. In May, Ali will be a featured act at the Montauk Music Festival and the headline artist for the NYC Grand Central Station Centennial Celebration in Vanderbilt Hall.
Ali Isabella’s songs and lyrics are special; a songwriting talent that rarely comes along. When you hear her voice the talent is complete.