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"Up-and-coming country star Krista Angelucci"

Cowboy hats and boots could be spotted throughout the packed room at West End Johnnies on Saturday night as pop-country artist Krista Angelucci along with country, rock and blues band Digger Dawg rocked the energetic crowd. Fans sang along and danced to cover songs like Taylor Swift’s “Picture to Burn”, Sugarland’s “Stuck Like Glue” and even Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean.”

Krista Angelucci always knew that she wanted to make the stage her home, and it was evident from a young age that singing and performing was what she was made to do.

“I’ve been singing for as long as I can remember,” said Krista. “When I was three, I was going around the house singing commercials. At eight years old I had my first solo in church, and it was probably around then when my family realized that singing was already my passion.”

In her high school days, Krista was first introduced to country music through artists like Martina McBride, Amy Grant and Faith Hill.

“My dad always said those types of songs fit my voice, and when I started really listening to country, I realized it was who I am as an artist,” said Krista. “I feel that with country music, you can sing about anything-- love, faith, a broken heart—things I’ve experienced in life so far.”

In 2009, Krista started performing with Digger Dawg, playing to crowds of thousands of people in Boston and throughout New England. Her on-stage performance packs a powerful punch of energy, heart and soul with every song. With her trusty acoustic guitar in hand, Krista’s talent captivates her audience throughout the night.

“It’s been really cool just seeing with every step I take in my career that another door opens, and then the next one and the next,” said Krista. “There will be times where you’re just like ‘okay now what do I do?’ and there’s always been something that comes along or a door that opens that brings me to the next step.”

Krista has performed the national anthem at various charity and sporting events, including the Boston Celtics, New England Patriots, Nascar, and New England Revolution. She has also opened for and shared the stage with artists such as Chuck Wicks, Lee Brice, Big & Rich, Hunter Hayes, and Jerrod Niemann.

Krista is set to release her debut album “Like it or Not” on September 23, 2012. The six-song album gives her fans a little bit of everything—from the upbeat and edgy “Like it or Not” to the sweet ballad “Sunset”, Krista shares life experiences and stories through her lyrics.

And what can fans expect from the album? “The life of a twenty year old!” Krista said. “I’ve got a mix of things on my album. I’ve got your heart break songs, love songs, and I’ve even got a few cheating songs on there actually.”

As Krista continues to perform with Digger Dawg and sets out on her own path, she looks forward to the next step in her musical career.

“My ultimate goal with my music is to go as far as I can go,” said Krista. “I would love to be the next superstar out there, but I would be perfectly satisfied with whatever God has for me. I would just love to have singing as a career, and something that I can do and support myself and my family from.”

By Haleigh Stanway
- MAME Magazine


"Texaco Country Showdown crowns winner"

Award winning female entertainer and vocalist, Krista Angelucci, is a very talented singer and songwriter who is successfully establishing herself in the music industry. Her first performance was at the age of 8. She has since been extremely dedicated and enthusiastic about pursuing her career.

You can count on Krista to carry the stage at any level. Make no mistake about it, when she takes the stage, her presence demands attention as her performance captivates her audience.

She has performed for audiences of up to 60,000 people. Many of her performances include venues such as Topsfield Fair, NH Motor Speedway, Meadowbrook US Cellular Pavilion, Hampton Beach Half Shell, Scullers Jazz Club, and MGM Grand Theater.

She has also performed the National Anthem for venues including TD Bank North Garden, Gillette Stadium, Tsongas Arena, Verizon Wireless Center, Fenway Park, as well as many charitable events.

Krista is currently being featured with the band Digger Dawg. To find out more visit www.myspace.com/kristaaangelucci or
www.facebook.com/pages/Krista-Angelucci/31864062224?ref=ts

If you enjoy country rock music, keep an eye on Krista!


- Texaco Country Showdown


"Billerica singer is named South Shore Idol"

Billerica, Mass. — Not many people can say they have shared the field with Tom Brady, the court with Paul Pierce or the stage with the country duo Big & Rich.

Billerica resident and aspiring singer/songwriter Krista Angelucci can include all of that and more on her resume. After graduating from Billerica Memorial High School in 2007, the now 21-year-old made a career in music her top priority. She has been invited to sing the National Anthem for several Boston-area sporting events and opened for Big & Rich.

Describing herself as a country rock artist who likes a little bit of edge, she has been performing as a solo artist for over a decade. In addition, she has also written and recorded two original songs and plays the piano. For the past year she has been featured as the lead singer with the band Phoenix.

Her most recent accomplishment is winning South Shore Idol in Randolph.
- Billerica Minuteman


Discography

Krista Angelucci's debut album "Like it or Not" is now available on iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby.

See the music video for "C R E E P" on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3xIEDSFzUY

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Bio

When pop-country artist Krista Angelucci takes the stage, it’s obvious that she was made to be in the spotlight. Her powerful, soulful voice and high energy performances capture the attention of an audience instantly, and her passion for the music is evident.

“I’ve been singing for as long as I can remember,” said Krista. “When I was three, I was going around the house singing commercials. At eight years old I had my first solo in church, and it was probably around then when my family realized that singing was already my passion.”

Growing up in Billerica, Massachusetts, Krista always had the strong support of her family in her love of music, and they encouraged her to take voice lessons to perfect her talent. In her high school days, Krista was first introduced to country music through artists like Martina McBride, Amy Grant and Faith Hill.

“My dad always said those types of songs fit my voice, and when I started really listening to country, I realized it was who I am as an artist,” said Krista. “I feel that with country music, you can sing about anything-- love, faith, a broken heart—things I’ve experienced in life so far.”

In 2009, Krista started performing with a Boston-area country music band, playing to crowds of thousands of people throughout New England. Her on-stage performance packs a powerful punch of energy, heart and soul with every song. With her trusty acoustic guitar in hand, Krista’s talent captivates her audience throughout the night.

“I love being on stage-- it feels like home to me,” said Krista.

Krista has performed the national anthem at various charity and sporting events, including the Boston Celtics, New England Patriots, Nascar, and New England Revolution. She has competed in many local and national singing competitions, and was named the New Hampshire and New England Country Female Entertainer of 2009, winner of Stars Over Boston, Charlie Horse Idol, Lowell Spinners Idol and South Shore Idol in 2010, and winner of Bear Country 95.3’s Texaco Country Showdown in 2011. Krista has opened for and shared the stage with artists such as Chuck Wicks, Lee Brice, Big & Rich, Hunter Hayes, Chris Cagle, Jerrod Niemann and Kip Moore.

Krista recorded her debut album titled “Like it or Not” in Nashville with engineer Aaron Chmielewski, who has worked with many major artists such as Taylor Swift, Phil Vassar, and Sugarland. Krista has written and co-written several songs on the album, including her first single “Like it Or Not”.

“Recording my album in Nashville was an amazing experience,” said Krista. “Nashville is the heart of country music, and I love that I get to bring those influences back home to Boston.”

The six-song debut album, released in September 2012, gives Krista’s fans a little bit of everything—from the upbeat and edgy “Like it or Not” to the sweet ballad “Sunset”, Krista shares life experiences and stories through her lyrics. The playful “C.R.E.E.P.” talks about the dating game of the bar scene, and in the sassy “Get the Girl”, Krista sets the record straight on how a real gentleman can win her over in a few simple steps.

As she continues touring and performing her original music for her growing fan base, Krista looks forward to what is to come with her music career. “It’s always been my dream to share my music with the world and be on stage,” Krista said. “I am excited to be making my dreams into a reality.”