Who is Sydney Sierota?
Born Sydney Grace Ann Sierota on the 21st April 1997, in Chino, California USA, she is a musician, singer and songwriter, best known to the world for being the lead singer of the band Echosmith, which also consists of her siblings, Noah and Graham, while their oldest brother, Jamie left the group in 2016. So far, the band has released one studio album “Talking Dreams” in 2013, and several EPs, including “Inside a Dream” in 2017.
Sydney Sierota Bio: Early Life and Siblings
The only daughter born to Jeffery David and his wife Linda Sierota, Sydney is of part-Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry, with the three aforementioned three brothers, Noah, Jamie, and Graham. Sydney’s father Jeffrey is a musician and producer himself, and surrounded by people from the music industry, the siblings started listening to pop-rock music, and inspired by the success of such bands as Fleetwood Mac, U2 and Joy Division among others, they all became sure of their own success and formed the band, Echosmith.
Rise to Prominence
Sydney and Echosmith continued to make music, releasing a string of EPs while also touing the nation once again. They were a part of the Vans Wrapped Tour in 2014, and also made their television debut, appearing on “Conan” in June 2014 performing the song “Cool Kids”, which soon became a hit, followed by an official music video for the song, which now has more than 105 million views. The band then suffered a loss, when Jamie decided to due to his impending parenthood, to be replaced by a session musician named Josh Murty, but the Sierota siblings continued as a trio. Sydney and the band made a major move forward in 2016 when they collaborated with The Goo Goo Dolls on the song “Flood”, released on the album “Boxes”, which is the eleventh studio album of the famous rock band.
— Sydney Sierota (@sydneysierota) September 14, 2018
Since entering into 2017, Sydney and the Echosmith started working on their second album, however, they had few delays, and have so far only released the single “Inside a Dream”, and an EP of the same name. Most recently they made another music video for the song “Get Into My Car”.
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Do You Know About Sydney’s Personal Life, Affairs, Dating?
When it comes to her personal life, Sydney has been quite open about her most intimate details; since 2013, Sydney has been in a relationship with musician and actor Cameron Quiseng, best known as the bassist for the rock band Allstar Weekend. However, there is no further information about their relationship, which includes plans for the future.
Since gaining world fame, Sydney has expanded her popularity to social media platforms, especially Instagram, and Twitter, while she can also be found on Facebook, though her band’s official page. Her official Instagram page has more than 360,000 followers, with whom she has shared most recent career endeavors, including the announcement of new live performances. Sydney is also popular on Twitter, with 130,000 followers, through which she has announced a new song, but also interesting events from her personal life, such as her trip with Breanne Duren. Sydney and the Echosmith can be found on Facebook, and already have close to one million fans. So, if you aren’t already a fan of this talented musician, then this is a fantastic opportunity for you to become one, just skip over to her official pages.
Sydney Sierota’s Boyfriend, Cameron Quiseng
Now that we have covered all the major details about Sydney’s life and career, let’s now share some information about her boyfriend, Cameron Quiseng.
Cameron was born on the 5th April 1990, in Poway, California, and is a musician and actor, best known to the world as a member of the now disbanded group Allstar Weekend, which existed from 2008 until 2013. During this time, the band released two studio albums -“Suddenly Yours” (2010), and “All the Way” (2011), but also garnered popularity through their numerous Disney channel appearances, however, as time passed members slowly exited the group one by one. Cameron left the group and started another band, The Tragic Thrills, but has become more focused on acting.