India Carney
Music Performance (Voice) '15

Singer and Songwriter

India Carney is an American singer, songwriter, vocal arranger and actress. A native of Brooklyn, New York, and graduate of LaGuardia Arts High (The “FAME”) School, India finished her classical music training at UCLA. Before graduating college, India made her national television debut on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning series, The Voice – Season Eight. She wowed audiences and four highly acclaimed celebrity judges as the Top 5 Artist with her passionate vocal performances. This New York City native tours with award-winning pop artist, Katy Perry, and has sung for Grammy-award winning artists, including Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish, Meghan Trainor, H.E.R., Natasha Bedingfield, Mavis Staples, and more. She has performed at the VMAs, Grammy Awards, BET Awards, The Ellen Degeneres Show, and Coachella, to name a few. Her original music collaborations fuse her pop, folk, classical, R&B, A Cappella, jazz and musical theater influences. In 2019, India signed to UK publishing company, Phrased Differently, to start the next chapter in her music career and is currently signed with Randy Jackson’s management company, 1963 Entertainment.

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