Celeste Stoney

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Celeste Stoney
Celeste Stoney performs at 2nd Annual GRAMMY Showcase.JPG
Celeste Stoney performs at the 2nd Annual Los Angeles Chapter GRAMMY Showcase at the Roxy in West Hollywood
Background information
Birth name Felicia Celeste Scalone
Also known as Celeste
Born (1989-04-18) April 18, 1989 (age 28)
Origin Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Genres R&B, soul, pop, pop rock
Occupation(s) Singer–songwriter, arranger
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2005–present
Website www.celestestoney.com
Celeste Stoney on WorldArts Stage June 2014

Celeste Stoney is a songwriter [1][2] and singer.

Career[edit]

She wrote the song, "Lightning" for Jessica Sanchez on the Me, You & the Music Philippines edition.[3] She also co-wrote and was featured on the single Bad Girl (Fugative song) for UK rapper Fugative which charted at #9 on the UK Dance Charts.[4]

Celeste won 1st prize in the R&B category of the 14th Annual USA Songwriting Competition.[5]

Celeste is signed with Peermusic Publishing.[6]

Stoney was featured on Perez Hilton,[7] and was featured as "One To Watch" in the Music Industry Trade Magazine Amalgamation.[8] Stoney was chosen by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to perform for the 2nd Annual Los Angeles Chapter GRAMMY Showcase at the Roxy Theatre (West Hollywood) along with special guest Universal Republic Records recording artist The Weeknd.[9]

Stoney was a speaker at the 2011 American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers EXPO [10] and a mentor at the 13th Annual WriteGirl Songwriting Workshop.[11]

As a singer, Celeste has been featured on shows such as MTV's Making The Band and American Idol.[12]

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