Kim Wilde has released many songs during her career. Some of them have been covered by other artists. On Cover Friday, Wilde Life presents cover versions of Kim Wilde songs. This week: Felicia Punzo.
Felicia Punzo was born on June 16, 1993 in South Philadelphia (USA). She started singing and performing for people since the age of 4. At the age of 11, Felicia sang the National Anthem at the Philadelphia Kixx game. She has performed in 13 musicals including leading roles in 'Annie', 'The Wizard Of Oz', 'Bye Bye Birdie' and 'The Music Man'.
In August 2007 she started a singing career as well, recording a cover version of 'The Greatest Love Of All'. That same year in December, she released 'Angel', a song Felicia had written for a close friend who passed at a young age. In 2008 the dance EP 'Felicia' was recorded and released with Mike Forte (writer of Vanessa Williams' 'Dreaming'). A year later, 'Sweet Emotions' was released. In 2010 Mona Shater and Felicia worked on her single 'I'm Just A Kid'. A few months later Rodney Lester and Eddy Lantigua started working with Felicia, coming out with an R&B song called 'Alone'. After performing 'Alone' at an event producer Mike Rizzo and Mr. Mig from Funk Generation came up with a great idea to remix the R&B track to a dance hit. In 2012, Felicia released the EP 'Grown'. This was followed in 2015 with the EP 'Turn it up!', which included a cover version of Kim Wilde's Never trust a stranger. Earlier this year she released 'How I move', a collaboration with Carlos Mojica.