WW: Tell us a little about you,
S: Hey! My name is Sienna and I'm a
recording artist from Long Island, NY. I
recently released my debut solo album,
"Steps." I had an awesome time recording
this project and I'm currently touring and
WW: How would you describe your music?
S: Soulful pop/r&b with a positive message.
WW: What made you want to become a
S: I've always loved to sing and it's when I feel the most complete. There's no greater feeling than to know that your God given talent has blessed someone and touched their live in some way.
WW: Who are your musical influences?
S: Celine Dion has an amazing voice as well as her style of music and Michael has always been a favorite of mine because of his values as a person and his message in his music.
WW: Do you have an album out? Where can we get it?
S: Yes! It's called "Steps" and it is available at my web site: www.siennamusic.com You can also purchase it at www.cdbaby.com, www.thespiritradio.com.
WW: Do you write your own lyrics? Where do you get the inspiration to write your lyrics?
S: I did not write on this album but I am currently co-writing and have written in the past. God has blessed me in so many ways and I want to share His love with others through my music. What inspires me is the everyday things in life that people go through and can relate to.
WW: You just came back from performing in Italy, tell us about your experiences over seas.
S: It was awesome! The concert was held in Italy and I've never been to Europe before. Being that I'm Italian I've always wanted to go there. It was beautiful and the food was sooo good! It was a week long International Youth Meeting and ended with an outside concert looking over the mountains. There were a total of four groups. Two were from Italy and I was one of the two from the USA. What an honor! I did radio and news paper interviews and met so many great people. It was an awesome experience and it felt so good to know that my God given talent and hard work brought me to this amazing
WW: Do you prefer touring on the road, or working in the studio?
S: Hmm...Well they are both so different. Touring is great because you get to meet so many people and see so many new things. Every concert is an awesome experience. On the other hand, working in the studio allows you to explore your creative side a little more. I don't think I can pick!