Gina Cuchetti was born the youngest of 10 children into the musical Conti family group and the first five years of her life was spent "on the road" - on stage or traveling in the converted Greyhound Bus which was home sweet home!
Gina's life has been encompassed by music from the time she was born, coming into the world screaming on top of her lungs with a loud and clear voice. Her music has developed through elementary school, church cantering, talent shows, singing in the school chorus and choir, playing sax in the school band, all of which continued through high school and college.
In 1998, Gina won a World Tour Scholarship and entered the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston and received a Bachelors Degree in Vocal Performance. During her four years at Berklee, Gina appeared at the Apollo Theater in Harlem New York and was honored at her 2002 graduation ceremony for having performed in Berklee's "Singers Showcase" for all four years, breaking any existing record. Gina also taught at Berklee for the summer program.
Gina was a final 20 choice in the blind auditions in front of the celebrity judges on season 2 of the hit TV show "The Voice.” Gina continues singing professionally, is a published songwriter and has produced a number of record albums.