She attracts a wide demographic as her following on the St. Louis music scene. Whether performing alone or with her back up band (Celia's Big Rock Band), she welcomes all with a laugh and a smile. Where Celia sings, people gather. Celia's generous smile accompanies every song she sings. Her singing range is broad: She can belt songs out on a Broadway stage; she can lead the sing-a-long at camp. Couple this with her exceptional ability with the guitar, and Celia delivers a performance that's second to none.
Because of her first rate charisma, Celia is often called on to be both an emcee and a featured performer for charity events and music festivals. Plus, during the holiday seasons, you can find "Celia's Yuletide Express" performing Christmas classics in local restaurants and nightclubs to the delight and joy of the patrons.
An eclectic performer, Celia mixes rock, folky funky expressions, and the vocal strength of torch song singers to make her own unique recipe of sound—a bit of performers like Carole King, Edie Brickell, Burt Bacharach, and a dash of groups like the Sundays, The Isley Brothers, and the Pretenders while still managing to have room for more than a sprinkle of her own special ingredient.
Celia is a genuine original.
Celia performs solo or with a band. Her solo shows are intimate performances of covers and originals, tuned to delicately tickle and tug at the listener's heart's ear. With sounds ranging from old prairie folksongs to science fiction soul, Celia's music entertains listeners of all ages. Celia's Big Rock Band delivers uptempo, soulful rock, designed to get the party grooving.
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