As FOUREVER1, identical quadruplets Jodi, Catherine, Christina, and Janelle Pyfrom aim to conquer the music charts with “All About Tonight”, their high-energy pop single produced by Pilfinger and Sarah West. Written by West and executive produced by Randy Jackson, the empowering track by the sister group discovered on YouTube, encourages fans to step out of their comfort zones. FOUREVER1’s “All About Tonight” and its remixes by Bimbo Jones, Sean Finn, Tavo, and Jason Kohlmann, are available on iTunes,
What’s better than a beautiful, talented, singer-songwriter whose performances set the spirits of men and women on fire? How about four in one!
Unleashed upon the world by “American Idol” music master Randy Jackson, Fourever1 is the fierce, foxy foursome of identical quadruplet sisters bringin’ blazin’ Bahamian spice to the wide-wide world of Pop. Their sound is an electrifying shock to the system crackling with liberating excitement, passion and vibrations of love.
For the past eight years, sisters Jodi, Catherine, Christina and Janell have been working non-stop to hone their skills in every aspect of the music game – each with a specialty, all with conviction. Born in the United States but raised in the Bahamas, they are smart, grounded young ladies with big dreams to attain and inspiring stories to share. They’ve also got some powerful songs on- deck.
The lead single, “All About Tonight,” is a sexy, liberating, turn-down-the-lights and turn-up-the- heat club bumper – all about where the mind goes and the body flows when Friday night arrives. The girls co-wrote it with Sarah West and it’s an out-and-out winner! Another club highlight is “In the Air” which whisks the listener on a tsunami wave of sound, drenching your ears in scintillating vibrations and crashing you upon a sandy stretch of beach so hot, you can’t help but dance. Las Vegas clubgoers can hear them both live when the girls perform Club Share this month.
Fourever1 started out posting videos on YouTube. The production company Fremantle came calling wanting to build a reality show around the quads. Manager Ki Ki Lee Herr introduced them to Randy Jackson for development.
Jodi recalls, “We all knew him from ‘American Idol’ which thrilled us and scared us at the same time! We had to perform for him at a big resort called Atlantis. It was nerve-racking but great. He liked us, though, and decided to take us on as our manager. After a few months to get ourselves together, we moved out to Los Angeles.”
The first thing Randy insisted they understand is that they were going to have to work very hard and be very patient. “‘It’s not fast paced at first,’ he told us,” Catherine confesses, “Take your time to prepare and develop because once this thing takes off, it really takes off!” Christina adds, “He also makes us think outside the box about things like ‘what will make us different’ – besides being quadruplets – and to pay close attention to the moves made by our favorites of today’s top artists…because tomorrow they will be our competition.”
Utilizing the God-given gifts and talents that each beloved sibling has to offer, “The Pyfrom Sisters” have a built-in system for getting things done that’ll make your head swim. Quiet, introspective Christina is the primary songwriter and style conscious fashionista. Janelle is the business-minded one who goes over all of their paperwork with a fine-toothed comb. Catherine is the video conceptualist and the calm in the storm peacemaker, insuring that the communication and the love are ever-flowing. And Jodi is the stern, no-nonsense closer who makes sure that everything Fourever1 begins sails to the finish line.
In addition to all of that, the sisters are learning musical instruments as well; Catherine the guitar, Janelle and Christine the piano, and Jodi the drums. Catherine is also studying Spanish and Korean so the group can expand deeper into foreign language markets. And they are all raising their songwriting and already exemplary vocal skills. Catherine states, “When we sing together, we sound like other folks sound when their vocals are stacked – like one voice! We do harmonies, of course, but we also break off for solo leads.”
Fouever1 would eventually love to collaborate with Beyonce’ and 5th Harmony, but right now they are focused on the world falling in love with their music. “We have a special message for people that want to pursue their dreams,” they collectively state. “Work hard, have fun, believe in yourself, let no one tell you different and always be yourself!”