Q&A Scene: Melbourne Music Bank Finalists Special ~ B Cardamone

How did you start out in music?

The universe brought a guitarist into my life. After one gig I found the missing piece to my puzzle.

What, or who, inspires you?

Amy Winehouse, every song is a chapter in her novel.

How would you describe your sound in food form and why? 

Soft (mango) husky (cigarette) powerful (chilli) all vegan of course :p

Which song do you wish you wrote?

Chandelier. A story about addiction that covers many styles of music in one song and you can hear the pain with every crack when she belts out that epic chorus…can’t go wrong.

How did you feel when you were announced as a finalist? 

Pretty much like a kid who just saw Santa. I am sooo grateful for this opportunity!

In less than five words, convince the readers why they should vote for you. 

I let the music speak :)

What’s next for you?

To make some killer tracks, which i can one day share with the world!

What’s your scene?

I like to think I’m quite versatile. Most of the people who enjoy my music are from all different backgrounds, ages and social scenes.

B Cardamone is an accomplished singer-songwriter with a difference. Her heritage is intertwined with passion and fire as her exotic Sicilian and Calabrian mixture has graced her voice with a unique energy. Her expression offers a vibe that differentiates her from most with a tone that is both powerful and sultry at the same time.

B has enjoyed an extensive career in the live entertainment business performing at countless events. Rebecca’s background as a ‘fierce dancer’ has helped her notch up a number of support opportunities for well-known International artists such as Justin Bieber, FLO RIDA, Tiesto, Avicii, Jessica Maulboy and more. Rebecca has refined her style by continuing to take risks with her musical direction. This has shaped her voice and bolstered her individuality to set her further apart from the mainstream.

For more information about the Bank of Melbourne finalists, visit Scene News.

 

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