Have you heard of Caroline D’Amore? Well, this is a name you should pay more attention to.
Caroline D’Amore spent her childhood in Southern California, but she’s not your run-of-the-mill California Girl.
“I was the girl dancing on tables,” D’Amore states of her younger years. But, this was all before she met DJ AM. After this new friendship, D’Amore switched the dance floor for the DJ booth with one goal on her mind – make people move.
Caroline D’Amore was born and raised in sunny Southern California, but she’s not your run-of-the-mill California Girl. A mix of old-Hollywood glamor with new Hollywood hunger, the girl’s got chops. Her latest release on Republic Records, “Come to California”, features National Anthem.
“I was the girl dancing on tables,” D’Amore states of her younger years. Then she met and befriended DJ AM and quickly jumped off of the dance floor and into the DJ booth where she had one goal in mind. To make people move.
“The first song I wrote that anyone ever heard was a song called “Music Man”, she recalls. She wrote the song before meeting Bobby Alt, her husband. She produced the song with Stonebridge and it took over the Beatport Charts.
This girl also has worked with Robbie Rivera, remixed for Rod Stewart, and appeared as the DJ in the Music video for the Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj hit “Bang Bang.” Amazing, isn’t it? Now you finally know who that girl is!
Caroline D’Amore’s first official release was a cover of Crystal Waters’ Gypsy Woman, which she recorded with Natalie La Rose.
Caroline is more than motivated and determined to succeed. She spent New Years Eve in Vegas with her husband and daughter, Isabella Viking, after performing in New York and is now preparing for Jamaica’s very first electronic festival, Paradise Lost. She’ll be sharing the stage with the genres’ famous names such as, Tiësto, Bassnectar, AlunaGeorge, Felix Jaehn, Big Gigantic and producer King Jammy.
The festival takes March 10-12 at Grizzly’s Plantation Cover in St. Ann, Jamaica. Her husband will follow her no matter where she decides to go.
“My husband is very supportive, we both decided in the beginning we wouldn’t ask the other to give up on their dreams.”
On working with National Anthem, D’Amore states:
“I wanted to tap into real rock n roll. We needed to add that sound to the electronic scene. These guys are as real rock n roll as it gets.”
Check out the video below!