December 18, 1975
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
46 Years Old
|Occupation||Singer, songwriter, voice actress, director|
|Other Name||Sia Kate Isobelle Furler|
|Residence||Los Angeles, U.S.|
|Education||Adelaide High School|
|Genres||Pop, electro pop, indie pop|
Sia is an Australian singer, songwriter, voice actress, and music video director. She started her music journey as a singer in the acid jazz band Crisp in the mid-1990s. She released her first debut studio album in Australia, on 23 December, but it did not help her to raise her popularity.
Sia started her earlier career as a solo singer in the local acid jazz band Crisp. In 1997 Crisp disbanded, and Sia released her debut studio album “OnlySee” in Australia, on 23 December. The album sold only 1,200 copies.
She released her second studio album “Healing Is Difficult” in 2000. Then, The singer focused on songwriting for other artists. Her collaborations are “Titanium” with David Guetta, “Diamonds” with Rihanna, and “Wild Ones” with Flo Rida. And songs like “Cheap Thrills” were the first Billboard Hot 100 number. These songs won many awards from the Pop music industry. Sia has received 229 nominations and 68 awards winner artists.
Sia was born in Adelaide, South Australia. Her father Phil Colson is a musician, and her mother Leone Furler is an art lecturer. Sia has a niece who is an actor-singer named Kevin Colson. She graduated from Adelaide High School.
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