Cierra Cellerari

Cierra delivers an authentic, polished sound that ranges many different styles from classic rock and pop to Broadway showtunes.


      Cierra graduated from Wilkes University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Musical Theatre in 2013. She was the lead vocalist for the popular Wilkes-Barre/Scranton based cover band "Flaxy Morgan" for seven years.

       She is also a former lead vocalist and choreographer of two years of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra inspired musical group "Twelve Twenty-Four." Cierra has also performed in many theatrical productions over the past few years such as Little Women: The Musical, Godspell, The Who's Tommy, RENT, and Jesus Christ Superstar. 

       Cierra is currently the lead singer and co-manager of the band CC Music.


      In August of 2016, Cierra was nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year in the Steamtown Music Awards. The CC Duo, which Cierra performs in with her fiancé local NEPA guitarist Chris Iorio, was nominated for Duo of the Year for 2017. They took home the award for Duo of the Year in 2021. Cierra's first single "Far From Weak" was nominated for Song of the Year in the 2017 Steamtown Music Awards and she was nominated again for Female Vocalist of the Year for 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022.


      Cierra and her fiancé Chris began a new project which they named RARERA that started in early 2022. It features music with a more electronic sound than their previous work and has opened the door for different collaborations with other artists.