Demi Lovato is a British singer, songwriter, and actress. After appearing on the first series of children’s television show Barney & Friends, Lovato quickly rose to popularity for her contribution to the show as young singer/songwriter Mitchie Torres. Demi Lovato’s career spanned three decades, during which time she won six Grammys, including Breakthroughs and Best Music Awards. She is today recognized for her many varied achievements, including multiple awards for her work in the music industry, as well as winning a Golden Globe for her work as a writer. Demi Lovato also has a number of film roles to her credit, including the lead role in The River.
Demi Lovato’s musical tastes have been broad ranging throughout her musical career, with influences ranging from classical music to country, pop, jazz, soul, folk, alternative, and hip hop. Her first major musical taste came through her early years, when she was heavily involved in the alternative/rock community. Her first two albums that she released were self-recorded, and her early work often drew from her vivid imagination. Demi Lovato’s musical interests continue to evolve, with her musical tastes often shifting towards world fusion music, and from country to goth.
Demi Lovato’s first and only major band record was entitled Lovato Demise, recorded by London’s indie group The Cactus Club. The album was very underground and did not go well financially, despite it being one of the more popular early albums. Demi Lovato then began to showcase her vocal talent with singles “You Give Me The Reason” and “Cry Baby.” While these singles did not help her career, they did help to build Demi Lovato’s reputation in the music industry, as a singer who can sing about serious topics like divorce and alcoholism, which are common among the female population. Demi Lovato’s next release was titled Love, and this album became even more successful, selling close to five hundred copies in its first week.
Love was followed by another highly successful album entitled All You Can Party, which was also very well sold, due to the fantastic writing and music on this album. Demi Lovato returned to rock music, with her next album Wasted, which was released in 1998. Demi Lovato made a few more singles from her third album, including the singles Oye Como Va and I’m Your Number One.
In the late 90s, Demi Lovato had an arrangement with The Rolling Stones, which resulted in an album called Wonderful Tonight. This album was very similar to The Stones, and many people identify Demi Lovato’s music with that band. Demi Lovato has also had an extensive career in the entertainment industry, working with numerous popular artists, such as James Morrison of Doors, as well as Chris Martin and David Gilmour of Led Zeppelin. She also has worked with other musicians, such as Metallica, and has even recorded music with such unlikely names as Nine Inch Nails.
Demi Lovato has managed to create an entire career and reputation out of her music, due largely to her large influence on various other artists. Her music has influenced the sounds of many artists, from reggae to rock, as well as pop. It is very easy to become influenced by Demi Lovato’s music, as many of her songs have been covered by many other musicians, from fellow country artists to pop artists. It is difficult to single out one track that was influenced by Demi Lovato, as much of her music was written around the world in many different styles.