Josie Aiello

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Josie Aiello
Birth nameJosie Aiello
BornChicago, Illinois, U.S.
Genres
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
Years active1984–present
Associated actsChicago Catz
Websitejosieaiello.com

Josie Aiello is an American singer-songwriter originally from Chicago, Illinois. She graduated from The Chicago Academy for the Arts, an arts high school, and then followed by DePaul University. She later relocated to Los Angeles, California, finding session work there, which led her to writing songs and singing background vocals.[1] In 1987, she appeared on the MCA Records release of the Andrew Lloyd Webber original cast recording album Music & Songs from Starlight Express, appearing on four of the album's tracks. Throughout the years, Aiello has worked on music for film, television, TV commercials, soundtracks, and as a collaborative vocalist for many recording artists. Her collaborative work as a backing vocalist spans back to the 1980s. In 2000, Quincy Jones signed her to his record label Qwest, which released her debut album, Unkunvenshunal Girl. In 2006, the Lady J label released her second album, Where I Am.[2] In 2015, her current record label, Breath of Life, released the single "Elevate" from her third album, Ashes to Beauty.[3]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2000 – Unkunvenshunal Girl
  • 2006 – Where I Am
  • 2015 – Ashes to Beauty

Selected album appearances[edit]

Selected song appearances[edit]

  • "AC/DC" (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
  • "Alright"
  • "Better with U"
  • "Can This Be Love"
  • "Dear You"
  • "Drastic Measures"
  • "Elevate"
  • "Even If"
  • "Everybody's Breakin'"
  • "Extreeem"
  • "Free"
  • "Get Sommo"
  • "Having a Bad Day"
  • "Heavy Heart"
  • "Inner Logic"
  • "Into You"
  • "Isn't It Romantic"
  • "Let It Rain"
  • "Let the Good Life (Lead to So Much Love)"
  • "Little Boy Sweet"
  • "Lotta Locomotion" (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
  • "Love Yourself"
  • "Make Up My Heart" (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
  • "My Prayer"
  • "My Way"
  • "Myself"
  • "Need to Be Lonely"
  • "Only You" (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
  • "Puerto Rican Boy"
  • "Ready or Not"
  • "Rebel Music"
  • "Stop Lovin You"
  • "Strong Enough"
  • "The Call"
  • "Till I Loved You"
  • "Unkunvenshunal Girl"
  • "Venom"
  • "War"
  • "Where I Am"
  • "You Can Hear Me Now"

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Notes
1984 Body Rock Vocals / singing
1985 Seven Minutes in Heaven Vocals / singing
1996 That Thing You Do! Vocalist
1999 The Out-of-Towners Vocals / singing
2000 To the Max Vocalist
2006 The Guardian Singer – Chicago Catz

References[edit]

  1. ^ Demalon, Tom. "Josie Aiello: Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved February 22, 2015.
  2. ^ King, Jackie Lee (December 13, 2006). "Back on the scene with Josie Aiello". Unrated Magazine.com. Retrieved February 22, 2015.
  3. ^ "Breath of Life Records". Breath of Life Records.com. Retrieved February 22, 2015.

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