Tori Kelly was born in December 1992 in Wildomar, California. She began singing at age 3, and playing drums at age 12, adding piano and guitar at age 15. Kelly has performed to sold-out houses at The Roxy in Los Angeles, Gramercy Theatre in New York City, and Bush Hall in London. She also headlined a sold-out, nine-city US tour.
In 2015, Kelly released her debut album, “Unbreakable Smile,” with the singles “Nobody Love” and “Should’ve Been Us.” Tori was nominated for a Best New Artist Grammy, and made her film debut this year voicing a character in the movie “Sing.”
She performed her songs “Hollow” and “Should’ve Been Us” on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in late 2015. In July of 2016, Kelly released the song “Blink of an Eye,” in honor of her friend Christina Grimmie, who was killed at a concert one month prior. Tori Kelly’s album “Unbreakable Smile” is currently available everywhere.