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Julia Nunes (born January 3, 1989) is an American singer and songwriter from Fairport, New York.
Her career has blossomed online as she performs harmony with herself and plays acoustic instruments, mainly the ukulele, guitar, melodica, and piano.
Biography and career
Nunes was born in New York to a musical family. Her father is a pianist and a composer of children's songs. One grandfather was a composer of Portuguese fado music, and the other a jazz pianist. Nunes began piano lessons at age seven before moving to the guitar in her teens. At age 14, she began writing songs and playing the ukulele in 2005. She also plays guitar and melodica. Nunes has revealed that she holds dual citizenship in the comment section of one of her YouTube videos (see below).
Nunes is best known for her YouTube videos. Among them are original songs as well as covers of some of Nunes' favorite bands, including Say Anything, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, and Destiny's Child. Her original songs have been featured on YouTube's main page twice, under the tag 'jaaaa'.
Molly Ringwald played the ukulele on Good Morning America (June 30, 2008), after seeing Julia Nunes on YouTube, she took up the ukulele. "I've always wanted to play the ukulele, and she's completely inspired me," she said.
Nunes appears in a YouTube cover video of "Some Nights" by fun, as well as members of the band Walk off the Earth.
Nunes covered Bruno Mars' "That's What I Like" with the funk band Scary Pockets in 2017.
Nunes performed four times for Ben Folds, one of her idols, at the musician's request, as well as the same month she appeared at the Bushman Ukulele Luau in New York after winning the 2007 Bushman World Ukulele Video Contest. On October 25, 2008, she opened The Bacon Brothers at The State University of New York at Geneseo. On November 22, 2008, Nunes performed her song "Maybe I Will" on YouTube Live '08 in San Francisco. The YouTube Ukulele Orchestra, which is made up of fellow YouTube ukulele players Wade Johnston, Dustin Domingo, Philip Fernandez, and Narciso Lobo, were joined onstage by The YouTube Ukulele Orchestra. Nunes appeared on BBC Radio 1 in January 2009 and performed four sold-out shows in London, England. lations from Bonnaroo, the independent music festival held in Manchester, TN, in June 2009. She also completed her second tour of England in June 2009. Nunes debuted her third album of original music in August 2009, while working with Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn of Pomplamoose as producers.
Nunes has appeared in several videos with Jake and Amir of CollegeHumor.
She was playing at Bonnaroo 2010 for the second time. Nunes debuted the festival on June 11, 2010, and later on, the two nights, they also performed alongside Weezer. On November 13, 2010, she opened for Ben Kweller at the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre in Indiana University as part of Kweller's tour. Nunes made her television debut on Conan on January 24, 2012, when she appeared on "Stay Awake."
Nunes' sixth album was unveiled on January 3, 2017, and the campaign met over twice the target.