Cimorelli is a band of six sisters with a large following on YouTube. Their goofy energy and talented voices are perfect for the fast-paced entertainment industry. Ranging from age 16 to 26, these girls are totally fit for fame.
Here are a few ways that musicians can learn from Cimorelli.
1. Stick with family.
Nothing is more lovable than a band of siblings. Look at how successful the Jonas Brothers became! Working with family is the best way to make music because most people’s musical talent stems from childhood.
Also, it’s much easier to work through disagreements with your family than with other people. The dynamic of the Cimorelli sisters is adorable to watch and makes them so much more lovable.
2. Incorporate a variety of videos.
Aside from their awesome music videos and original songs, Cimorelli constantly uploads videos of everyday experiences, style tips, makeup tutorials and more. Each sister has her own passions outside of music, which can be seen through their wide range of videos.
They even have an episode series called “Life As Cimorelli,” which follows their daily life in the form of a reality show!
This is a great way to attract more viewers to your channel and motivate viewers to subscribe.
3. Move to where the music is.
After growing up in Sacramento, the Cimorelli sisters, along with the rest of their ginormous family, moved to Los Angeles to pursue their music career. While there, they signed a record deal and produced a bunch of awesome music. They soon found themselves being pushed to fit into a mold of music that they were uncomfortable with, so they moved to Nashville.
Stick with making music that fits your personality and don’t allow yourself to change for the sake of fame. Move to a place that fits your style of music and will help you grow.
Getting started as a band is tough. With these tips, you are one step closer to getting noticed.
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Corinne Rivera appreciates every type of music, which stems from her experience in dance and playing the guitar and the flute. She currently resides in San Francisco where she studies electronic communications, explores the city’s art, and attends concerts of all genres.