Chrissy has a lifetime of music experience, and a
lot to show for it. With her music being produced by some of the same people who help
internationally famous artists shine, being featured in prime time television, and reaching
over a million hits on Clear Channel’s "Discover New Music" site – you know the girl’s on
Her music, which she describes as "alternative pop," has drawn the attention of people who
would know talent when they hear it. For a year and a half she was part of the talent roster of
Johnny Wright’s WEG – Wright Entertainment Group, where her fellow artists were Justin
Timberlake, Janet Jackson and the Jonas Bros., to name a few. It was there that she became
the protégé of superproducer Alex Greggs (who has produced songs for Justin and Janet,
*NSYNC, Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, Kelis, Beck, Brandy, Duran Duran, Lily Allen,
Pussycat Dolls and many others), who produced her recent songs "Diddy Do Da" and her
cover of The Who’s "Baba O’Riley (Teenage Wasteland)," and another single is currently in
Chrissy has also collaborated with platinum producers Dow Brain and Brad Young of
Underground Productions (LFO, Aerosmith, Boston, Tracy Bonham), as well as the co-writer
of her song "Big," Rich Cronin (also of LFO and also VH1’s Mission: Man Band), and next
in the works will be a new song, "Can’t Play a Player," written for Chrissy by new American
Idol judge Kara DioGuardi. Another of Chrissy’s cowriters is Taryn Murphy (whose credits
include Mariah Carey’s "Wisegurls"). Other collaborators include Deanna Dellacciopa
(music featured on MTV’s Laguna Beach: The Real O.C.) and Sam Conjerti, writer for LFO
and co-writer of Chrissy’s songs "My Slushy" and "Danger." And in addition to working
with the prestigious production team of Alex Greggs and Dennis Shaw of South Rakkas
Crew, she’s teamed up with producers Joe Bermudez and Chico (known for producing
remixed dance versions of hits for Kelly Clarkson, Hillary Duff, Katy Perry, Pink, Nelly
Furtado, etc.) and her most recent songs "Skinny Jeans" and "Step-Off" resulted from that
A true student of music, Chrissy can cite influences ranging back through five decades, and
she prides herself on being savvy about the business end of the industry as well. Her
encyclopedic appreciation and knowledge base extends from the music makers to the
decision makers, and while with WEG she was tapped as an ambassador to host Grammy
(NARAS) panel discussions. A whiz at self-promotion, she was one of the first artists to
discover MySpace and has built a rabid fan base there. She brought her songs "Strut" and
"Real Woman" to ClearChannel.com where she was designated "Most Played Unsigned
Artist" for several months in a row, with "Strut" reaching upwards of a million and a half
spins, and counting. She was the #1 artist on Podshow.com with "I Took Your Boyfriend"
and on the IAC Music Big 50 Chart with " Slushy." Chrissy’s songs have received extensive
airplay throughout the internet and around the world on terrestrial radio as well. Her music
has also been featured on television: "Real Woman" on Fox’s Prison Break, and "Gonna Be"
on both Showtime’s Masters of Horror and Oxygen’s Pop School, the latter using the song as
its main theme.
With extensive lifelong experience ranging from dozens of theatre productions to television
appearances (including Star Search and the WB’s Popstars), training in all music genres at
prestigious institutions as well as dancing, acting, modeling and more, Chrissy has the chops.
With her unique beauty and captivating demeanor, she’s got the looks and the moves.
Staunchly moral, she can still be the playful "bad girl" onstage who won’t become tabloid
fodder in real life, and she often donates her time performing for charity and does volunteer
work with at-risk kids in her community. Her sweet smile and innocent face may mask the
complexity of the soul within, but Chrissy is a serious, unwavering music professional who
knows the blood, sweat and tears of her chosen path, and who has the maturity and dedication
to face the road ahead.