Andrew Muccitelli (США)



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    Andrew Muccitelli was born on December 1, 1998 and resides in Westlake Village, CA with his parents. One night, Andrew saw Cher’s Farewell Tour special on TV. He was mesmerized by the lights, Cher’s costumes, and the stage. That is when Andrew first started to love music. He would sing around the house, at friends’ houses, and even in the car.
    Until age eight, Andrew would just sing casually. He joined a music school which allowed him to perform at local venues with other students from the school. At Andrew’s first performance, he did covers of songs by Queen. Despite being nervous, when Andrew walked on stage, he felt at home.  For four years, he continued to perform around town with the music school.
    At age 10, Andrew decided he wanted to play piano after watching Lady GaGa play some of her songs acoustic.
    When Andrew was twelve, Andrew was offered to become the new lead singer of rock band SLATR. Even though the members of SLATR were only 11-13 years old, they were covering bands such as Rush and Led Zeppelin at their shows. They won Shredfest 2011, a battle of the bands, for their performance.
    During early 2011, Andrew was told about The X Factor, a singing reality show, and how it was coming to the USA. Andrew decided to audition for the show. Throughout spring 2011, Andrew made it through auditions with producers and was told he would be auditioning in front of the judges. Andrew decided to leave SLATR to focus on The X Factor.
    In May 2011, Andrew auditioned in front of the judges on The X Factor. He sang “Rolling In The Deep” by ADELE and a little bit of “Price Tag” by Jessie J. He made it through to the next round, boot camp, with three yes votes from the judges.
    In July 2011, Andrew went to Pasadena, CA to compete in boot camp. For the first round, contestants were able to perform a song of their choice. Andrew performed “The Edge of Glory” by Lady GaGa. Andrew notes that the judges looked very pleased and that he felt the performance went great. Once again he made it through to the next round. For the next round, contestants were put in groups. Andrew’s group performed “Superman” by Five For Fighting. While his performance was not aired for that round Andrew once again pulled it off. For the final round, contestants had to choose a song from a list to perform. Andrew performed “Jar of Hearts” by Christina Perri. He felt very confident. Unfortunately, Andrew did not make it through to the top 32 and his journey on X-Factor ended.
    After The X Factor, Andrew started to take songwriting and his music more serious. The Friday after Andrew was eliminated from The X Factor, Andrew recorded some covers and a new song, “Love Song”, in a local studio. From then until now, Andrew has been writing songs that he hopes to record and perform.
    Andrew tries to perform locally whenever he can. In April 2012, he performed at the Westlake Street Fair. Three of his biggest fans came to support him, wearing supportive t-shirts and waving posters.
    As of now, Andrew is working on multiple YouTube covers and is still writing songs. His vocal teacher assists him in his songwriting and improving his vocals. He is also learning how to play guitar for future shows.