From: TN, United States
Genre: Country, Rock, Pop
Singer/songwriter/actress Celeste Kellogg started performing at the age of 6 in her church choir. At age 12, Celeste found herself performing with the Radio Disney Tween Pop Group "RD7" While with Radio Disney, Celeste opened for the Jonas Brothers, Raven and performed hour long shows at The Kelly Clarkson "Addicted to Love Tour" Cheetah Girls, and Miley Cyrus concerts.
In the summer of 2008 Celeste was invited out to Hollywood to attend "School of Pop". It was there that she met music producer - Andrew Lane. Andrew heard Celeste sing and knew that he wanted to work with her in Nashville. Andrew said to Celeste's parents, "I just heard your daughter sing and she blew me away." Andrew Lane's credentials are strong - He has produced songs for High School Musical, Miley Cyrus Backstreet Boys, The Olympics just to name a few. Since then, Celeste & Andrew have recorded 10 songs in Nashville.
The fall of 2008 Celeste recorded a Christmas song and video with Lamon Records, "We're Looking Forward to Christmas." The song was released across the country to radio stations for seasonal play. Keeping pace with her busy schedule, Celeste returned to Nashville March of 2009 to film and record the soundtrack of an Independent film with Elevating Entertainment - titled "Much Ado About Middle School." While the film is a first for Celeste, she was surrounded by plenty of veterans, Lee Meriwether, Bill Cobb's, and Jeff Rose. The film was directed by Grammy nominated, Dove Award winning musician/producer Dave Moody.
As if that was not enough Celeste returned back to Nashville in the Summer of 2009 to film her first original music video to her song "My Jeans". Since then "My Jeans" has received two awards on Country Music Broadcasting. In March of 2011 Celeste was featured in Pop Star Magazine as a part of her Gibson endorsed tour diary. Her song "That's What I'm Talking About" was played on PopStarOnline for a year. Also in November of 2009 Celeste was asked to audition for the part of Lindsey in "Lindsey's Way" by Director Greg Robbins of Uplifting Entertainment. Upon receiving the part she traveled to Pittsburgh and film the pilot. Look for the show to air sometime in 2011. Celeste felt honored when the show decided to use her original songs. She along with Andrew Lane also wrote the theme song for "Lindsey's Way."
Last but certainly not least Celeste is has released her debut CD "This Is Where I Wanna Be". With her busy schedule,she maintains a 4.0 GPA in all honors courses. Celeste insists she is just the girl next door who loves soccer, ice skating, bowling, anything athletic, movies, popcorn, and hanging out with friends and family.
As she looks forward to the future Celeste hopes to continue to grow as a singer/songwriter and actress. As Joey Lawrence once said after watching Celeste perform, "She's infectious - she has it going on for days"