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Ali Isabella's Debut CD Available Today on iTunes and Amazon.com

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Ali Isabella's Debut CD Available Today on iTunes and Amazon.com

"Say You'll Be Mine," the debut album from New York teenage singer/songwriter Ali Isabella is available worldwide today (Tuesday, February 21, 2012) on iTunes and Amazon.com, it was announced by Marc Jacobson and John Velasco, principals of Ali's US management company, Direction By Appointment, Inc. A limited edition of the physical CD will be available only at Wembley on February 26 and will be given wider distribution at a future date                                                               

"What If," the first single from the album, was written by Susan Ruth and Kristin Massey.  It was produced by Robert Haas. The vocals were produced by Jim Czak at Nola Recording Studios in New York City. It was mixed by Gregory Lattimer at Now Records Studio, Nashville, TN. It was recorded at Coyote Traxx Studio, Nashville, TN.

The recording features songs written by Ali alone and with collaborators. Working with an eclectic mix of talented songwriters in New York, Nashville, London and Bristol, England, the first collection of tracks showcases Ali's personal interests and fun activities by translating her world into original lyrics and music.

The 16 year-old Ali Isabella (www.aliisabella.com) had  only one professional singing gig under her belt (at NYC's legendary Bitter End last year) when she was invited to make her global concert performance debut on February 26 at Wembley Arena in London, England!  It's an appearance which Ali and her management team expect will become the springboard to a long and illustrious international musical career.                                                                                                     

Although she was raised in a musical family, Ali's early interests revolved around her love of animals. She has two dogs and a gecko but has an affinity for horses. She began riding lessons when she was six and has since developed into an award-winning equestrian. She says, "Horses inspire me to be the best person I can be."  

Her management team says, "Ali's music evokes a surprisingly mature quality from one so young. She has already attracted attention from leading professionals in the industry.  Once you hear her voice, the talent is complete; she brings a very special and unique quality to any song she sings."

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