About Christina Signorile and The Fever
Red Bank , NJ, US
Rock, Jam Band
Christina Signorile and The Fever
Fresh, innovative and unique, Christina Signorile expresses her musical vision through her intricate writing and performing. With every verse and chorus, Signorile displays undeniable strength and artistry. Singing, writing and performing, Signorile emerged onto the music scene at the tender age of fifteen. She recorded her first EP “Scream” in 2002, consciously aware of the work it takes to make a dream a reality. Signorile’s second EP “Taken Away” was recorded in 2004. It was in 2006 that she hit her groove with her third EP “All She Wanted”. By the age of 20, Signorile was playing with noted musicians and industry professionals, including bass player Scott Hogan. Soon after, Signorile met guitar player Michael Calabrese, an accomplished and recognized musician in and throughout the tri-state area. Subsequently, after combining an innovative sound with unique inspired collaboration, fresh new material emerged. As a result, Signorile and Calabrese formed Taboo Records, Inc. which financed and produced Signorile’s fourth CD “The Way She Moves”?. A true masterpiece, this EP combines the musical talent of all the current members of Signorile’s band: a fusion of Hard Rock, Funk, Pop and Jazz.
Michael Calabrese, Electric Guitar. Calabrese has been playing guitar in the tri-state area with some of the finest bands and musicians for years. His influences include Jazz, Rock, Funk, Blues and Country. A true hybrid of eclectic styles, he has written, recorded and produced several CDs. Calabrese has also been formally commended in the John Lennon song writing contests.
Scott Hogan, Bass Guitar. Hogan is a musician’s musician. He has been a working bassist since the age of fifteen and also performs with his own original band, Sugar Groove. In 2008, Hogan released a CD “Beneath the Sun”? where he not only wrote all the songs, but played guitar, piano and bass as well. Several songs from that CD have been sold to various markets. Hogan also toured for four years with the pop band Hanson.
Scott Winchell, Drums. Winchell's musical path started twenty years ago when he discovered the art of drumming through the guidance of skillful teachers and distinguished mentors. Learning styles such as Funk, R&B, Jazz, Latin, Afro-Cuban, Rock, Hip-hop and Heavy Metal have broadened his skills as a musician and expanded his identity as a player. Winchell's professionalism, infectious energy and passion for music are evident in his ability to play in any musical situation, breaking new boundaries in his playing along the way.
The collective goal for Christina Signorile and The Fever is to create, record and perform their unparalleled, signature sound. Their new single “Darkest Hour” is a testament to those goals. By communicating with a larger audience the band’s distinctive and popular sound can only continue to grow.