America Olivo

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America Olivo

Born

1/5/1978, Van Nuys, California

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Biography

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America Olivo attended the Julliard School of Music before joining the now-on-hiatus latina quartet Soluna. She co-wrote three songs on their 2002 album "For All Time:" "Bring It To Me," "Luna Mia," and "So In Love." She is now pursuing an acting and solo music career. She is…more

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  • Trivia

    • America is slated to appear in the independant mockumentary movie "Love Shack" as "Fifi LeBeaux".

    • America has recorded at least three solo demos, which can be listened to at her official website. Two of them are written by her ("Porcelain Eyes" and "Deja Vu") and one is written by songwriter Diane Warren ("Water From the Moon"). The two written by America are also available to listen to at her myspace profile.

    • America is currently performing live in the show "Hotel C'est L'Amour" at The Blank Theatre in Los Angeles. Showtimes are 8pm on Thursdays-Saturdays, and 3pm on Sundays.

    • As a member of Soluna, America recieved an award for Best New Pop Artist in 2003 at the Los Heraldos Awards in Mexico.

    • America is Chilean and Spanish among many other heritages. Her last name, "Olivo", is Spanish for "olive tree."

    • As a part of Soluna, America has opened up for Marc Anthony and Enrique Iglesias on their major tours.

    • America will soon be appearing in the independant vampire film "The Thirst." She plays a female vampire named Amelia.

    • Soluna's only album was released May 14, 2002 on DreamWorks Records. It was titled For All Time after the first radio single. The second single, Monday Mi Amor, was released in November of that same year.

    • America attended CalArts, where she met her future Soluna bandmate Aurora Rodriguez.

    • America studied opera at Juilliard.

  • Quotes

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  • Worked with America in the recording studio in the mid-nineties in Los Angeles. She was/is a talented singer with a real voice. She was classically trained, could sing with authority for hours and had NO diva attitude. Of all the singers I've ever workedmoreless

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    I worked with America in the recording studio in the mid-nineties in Los Angeles. She was/is a talented singer with a real voice. She was classically trained, could sing with authority for hours and had NO diva attitude. Of all the singers I've ever worked with, she was/is the best.



    Whomever signs her will have a gem on their hands. Treat her well!