Coming off the success of her latest single, Me Time, New Jersey country artist Kayla Calabrese just conquered a new life goal of having her song played at an NBA game. Her debut release, Kiss Me, was a part of the official Kiss Cam video at a Chicago Bulls home game a few weeks ago.
This video, which is circulating around Facebook, has well over 1.8 million views. With over 18 million fans on the Chicago Bulls Facebook page, Calabrese is gaining a whole new fan base of those dedicated to the six-time NBA Champions. She is joined alongside Grammy-winning artist Sixpence None The Richer as the other kiss cam song in the same video. To view this video on YouTube, click HERE.
“I can’t believe it,” smiles Calabrese. “What an honor to have my song played at a Bulls home game. I’m now ready to shoot some hoops and sing the national anthem at an upcoming game. Let’s make a slam dunk guys!”
ABOUT KAYLA CALABRESE: With her Jersey-girl attitude and romantic Italian soul, this sonorous-voiced beauty brings her own edgy flair to the country music scene. This down-to-earth artist has a sassy edge that shines through her lyrics, stage presence, and fresh demeanor. Her bold vocals and effortlessly long-held notes exude confidence and were born for stardom. Naturally drawn to be a musician, Calabrese shyly started out by singing into her hairbrush as a child. Upon moving to Nashville, Calabrese was enrolled into Nursing School at Belmont University, when she decided to simultaneously pursue her lifelong dream of starting a music career. She recorded her first project which produced Kiss Mewith Grammy-nominated music producer Kent Wells, best known for producing Dolly Parton. With experience under her belt after releasing a few singles to country radio, garnering great reviews from media publications and industry critics, she is gearing up to release a new single this summer and a full-fledge tour in support of it.