Lelica Palecco is a singer/songwriter from northern NJ. She began playing the piano at age 5 and by age 7 was writing her own songs. At 19 she was working in recording studios as a session singer and around this time was cast in the lead of an off-Broadway opera based on the life of Amelia Earhart and recorded all of the character parts for that CD entitled ‘Reflections of the Watermoon'. She was later cast as the lead for the stage production of “Beauty and the Beast” at the Grange Theater House in Hope NJ. In 2007 she was discovered by Marinetti Productions and Green Chapel Records who quickly signed her and produced her first outing entitled “Not a Moment Too Late.” The track ‘Come Away’ was even featured on ABC Family’s “Make it or Break It" and "The Lying Game".
So severely bullied in high school, Palecco had to leave mid-senior year to be home-schooled.
"Bullying doesn't discriminate,” she said. “It didn't matter whether I was popular or not. I want to be able to give hope to young people to show them you can overcome adversity. I'm finally able to say ‘Goodbye’ to the image people portrayed of me and pursue my dream," She lets people know if you have experienced bullying, then you are not alone and there is hope.
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