PRLog - Feb. 11, 2013 - Cara Quici is an American singer/songwriter born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas now living in New York City. Cara first began singing church hymns at the age of 4 and throughout Cara’s school year’s she cultivated and showcased her talent by participating in local school talent shows and church musicals.
Cara's first single released in 2010 entitled “Away From You” Jump Smokers Remix, which premiered with mass appeal to radio stations all over the country and TV’s Music Choice, was able to reach the 27th position on Dance Billboard charts. Cara will be releasing a highly anticipated remake of the Beastie Boys hit “Fight For Your Right (To Party)” entitled “Fight”, licensed by both Sony ATV and Universal Music Group, which will debut through radio personalities Nationwide in 2013.
”Fight” was personally approved by Rick Rubin and The Beastie Boys, and will be accompanied with Cara’s first official music video. Cara Quici is trademarked and has been dubbed a "pop star" by the NY Post’s Page Six and the Daily News Gate Crasher and was recently added to the “Armed Forces Entertainment”
Cara is currently working on the EP that will follow the release of this single.
Cara Quici’s debut single release was on November, 9, 2010 entitled “Away From you (Jump Smokers remix)” which reached 27 on Dance Billboard.
Cara’s accomplishments and accolades include:
Her unreleased songs “Adios”, “OAI” and “Clone” were featured on four episodes of CMT’s hit show “Southern Nights” including the finale episode in the summer of 2012
She was featured on numerous television shows including popular late night Bravo talk show “Watch What Happens Live” hosted by Andy Cohen, Season 7, Episode 22
Her National TV appearances include two episodes of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of New York City”, Season 5 in the summer of 2012, including episode 7 where she performed 3 of her singles “Do It Now”, “Fall” and “Bad Girl”
Her performance is in The Top 15 Moments of RHONY Season 5
She has also appeared on numerous other TV networks and was a cast member of NBC’s “Momma’s Boys” produced by Ryan Seacrest
She was a guest on Howard Stern’s TV and radio show twice for E Entertainment and Howard TV and became a top Google trend after her Howard appearance
February 15th at 10pm (during Fashion Week)
Bryant Park Hotel-Cellar Bar
40 West 40th St.
New York City
Cara was recently added to the Armed Forces Entertainment tour roster and is also working with an International manager booking performances in Canada, Japan and Europe.
You can watch her videos, interviews, show appearances, listen to her music and/or purchase her songs by logging onto the following websites:
www.caraquici.com (snippet of new “Fight” song)
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Cara Quici is currently working with A & R Select at Sherman Oaks, Ca. for licensing, a record deal and/or placement opportunities. They can be reached at: