The up and coming Nashville Star, 17 yr old Lucas Ciliberti, is the newest and youngest Winner, of the Debut Artist of the Year Award, for the Native American Music Awards (Native American Grammy’s) held at the Seneca Resort and Casino, in Niagara Falls, NY!
Lucas’s Music Video, SPRINGFIELDS, https://youtu.be/l4Gd6r9upxk was also selected to be in the Top 6, for the Video of the Year Catagory.
And the title track from his newest Album – RAINMAKER. was nominated for Country Song of the Year as well…
What I love about Lucas’s music, is that when he sings, you can actually imagine yourself in the song…
His voice brings me peace and hope – in my darkest times – he gives me hope for myself! Lucas grew up in the small town of Enid, Oklahoma – where he lives on a farm with his Grandma, his Mom, and his 2 older brothers.
One of his Brothers has severe Brain Injury and Non-Verbal Autism. Because they had very little money – his Grandma had to sell a cow to help pay for his first trip to Nashville! Lucas now lives in Nashville – to live his Dream of being a Singer.
Soon after Lucas began sharing his talent all over the Nashville area. Lucas currently sings up and down Broadway and Music Row, and in locations like the Hard Rock Café, BB Kings, the Bridgestone Arena, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and many more!
Lucas’ heart is one of giving, even with his schedule full with school, a part time job, his music, performance, and his hobbies. Despite being so busy, he makes plenty of time to help others by volunteering and singing at many charity events, Veterans homes, the boys & girls club, and the Nashville City Pet Rescue. Lucas has also made a profound difference at school assemblies by sharing his message of how important it is to stay in school, stop and prevent bullying, and following ones dreams.
Another cause that is very close to Lucas’ heart is “Give a Little Nashville”. Lucas raises money through special performances to help provide children in need with Christmas presents, and to help supply the homeless with warm winter hats, scarves, and gloves. Lucas is always the first to arrive and the last one to leave when it comes time wrap all the presents and deliver them.
For Booking Lucas – Contact: Bridget Ciliberti Cell 580-402-3991 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org