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Stacie Orrico

Biography

R&B singer-songwriter whose track “(There’s Gotta End up being) More alive” debuted in #30 around the Billboard Hot 100. She relocated frequently as a kid due to her parent’s like of travel. She debuted using the solitary “Stuck.” Her initial album, Genuine, offered 13,000 copies in only the very first week of its launch. She’s four siblings: a mature brother Jesse, who’s a filmmaker; a mature sister Rachel, and twin more youthful siblings Joshua and Alicia. She considers Lauryn Hill her preferred singer.

Quick Facts


Full Name Stacie Orrico
Date Of Birth March 3, 1986
Place Of Birth Seattle, WA
Profession R&B Singer
Nationality American
Parents Patti Orrico, Dean Orrico
Siblings Rachel Orrico, Joshua Orrico, Alicia Orrico, Jesse Orrico
Nominations Mnet Asian Music Award for Best International Artist
Movies Stacie Orrico: Live in Japan, WOW Hits 2005
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1 Working on her third album which is slated to be release in early 2006. [September 2005]
2 Parents: Dean and Patty Orrico
3 Hobbies: Designing clothes, Cosmetology, Baking, Shopping, hanging out in the sun, and playing football.
4 Was discovered at a 1998 Christian Artist Seminar winning top honors in the 12-18 age bracket
5 Likes shopping in Japan because she is petite, so she can fit in their clothes easily.
6 Her family worked as missionaries in the Ukraine when she was a child.
7 Has been nominated for 9 Dove Awards throughout her career.
8 Favorite artists: Lauryn Hill, Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, Billie Holiday, 50 Cent, and Stevie Wonder.
9 Her CD, Genuine, sold over 13,000 copies the first week making her the First New Female Christian artist with the highest sales ever! "Genuine" has sold 500,000 copies thus far, the album is certified Gold. Her sophomore effort, "Stacie Orrico" debuted at #67 on the Billboard 200 and has sold over 500,000 copies so far in the US and is certified Gold. "Stacie Orrico" has sold 600,000 in Japan and 1.5 million copies worldwide.
10 Was signed at 12 years old to Forefront Records in 1999 and co-signed to Virgin Records at age 16 in April 2002.
11 Has a recording studio in her home.
12 Her 10 year old cousin had her dream come true from the "Make A Wish Foundation" of meeting the Backstreet Boys before she died (from cancer). Stacie sang at her funeral.
13 She and Rachael Lampa are best friends.
14 Some of her favorite older musicians are Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, and Billie Holiday.
15 Her song "Ride" was recorded by another Christian R&B singer named Lori-El.
16 Used to have a cat named Brooky.
17 Had 11 fish and 2 cats.
18 Her favorite stores include Posh, Bebe, Diesel, Traffic, Rampage, and other little boutiques.
19 Has siblings: Jesse - older brother (24 years old) - a filmmaker, Rachel - older sister (22 years old) - student at Pepperdine University, Joshua & Alicia - younger twin siblings (14 years old).
20 Lived in Seattle until she was 9.
21 Has Italian/German heritage.
22 Has a dog named Sadie.
23 Attended King's Elementary and Faith Christian Academy.
24 Lives in Nashville, Tennesee.
25 Three-and-a-half octave voice.
26 Her single, "Don't Look at Me" held the #1 spot on the Christian Hit Radio charts for a record-breaking eight consecutive weeks.
27 Contemporary Christian vocalist.


Soundtrack

Soundtrack

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Robots 2005 performer: "THERE'S GOTTA BE MORE TO LIFE"
Australian Idol 2003 TV Series writer - 1 episode
American Dreams 2002 TV Series performer: "My Boyfriend's Back"

Actress

Actress

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American Dreams 2003 TV Series The Angels' Singer

Self

Self

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Come Together Now 2005 Video documentary short Herself
Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade 2004 TV Special Herself
Stacie Orrico: Live in Tokyo 2004 Video Herself
Total Request Live 2004 TV Series Herself
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2003 TV Special Herself
2003 Radio Music Awards 2003 TV Special Herself
TRL Italy 2003 TV Series Herself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

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Now That's What I Call Music!: The Best Videos of 2003! 2003 Video Herself (segment "[There's Gotta Be] More to Life")