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Kara DioGuardi
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Kara DioGuardi
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Kara DioGuardi
Kara DioGuardi


DioGuardi was born in Ossining, New York. Her mother Carol died in 1997 after a 7-year battle with ovarian cancer. Her songs have been featured in major motion pictures, television shows, film soundtracks, and radio spots, as well as national and international commercial campaigns. DioGuardi co-owns Arthouse Entertainment, a publishing company that is a resource business for record companies and other music entities seeking compositions, productions, artists, and related music services. Arthouse has been a part of many chart-topping hits including B.O.B’s “Nothin’ On You,” Bruno Mars’ “Just The Way You Are” and “Grenade,” Cee-Lo Green’s “Forget You,” Flo Rida’s “Club Can’t Handle Me,” Cassie’s “Me & U” (written and produced by Ryan Leslie), Jim Jones’ “We Fly High” (produced by Zukhan Bey), Nick Lachey’s “What’s Left of Me”, David Archuleta’s single “Crush” (written and produced by Emanuel Kiriakou), Mika’s “Grace Kelly”, OneRepublic’s “Apologize” and “Stop and Stare” (all produced by Greg Wells), Faith Hill’s “Lost” (written and produced by Kara DioGuardi and Mitch Allan), “Sober” by P!nk, “Pieces of Me” by Ashlee Simpson, and “He Could Be The One” by Hannah Montana. DioGuardi guest starred as herself on The Simpsons and Sesame Street. in 2003, DioGuardi won a BMI Cable Award for co-writing and performing, “Somethin’ To Say”, the theme to the Lifetime Television series For the People, which starred Lea Thompson, Debbi Morgan, A. Martinez and Cecilia Suárez. One of the industry’s most highly sought after songwriters and producers, DioGuardi’s songs have appeared on records that have sold more than 150 million copies combined.
Kara DioGuardi
Kara DioGuardi
Kara DioGuardi


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Kara DioGuardi
Kara DioGuardi
Kara DioGuardi
Kara DioGuardi
Kara DioGuardi
Kara DioGuardi


She is of Arbëresh (Albanian) and Italian descent and was raised Roman Catholic. Her mother Carol died in 1997 after a 7-year battle with ovarian cancer. Among DioGuardi’s projects is the song “Not Meant to Be”, which appears on Theory of a Deadman’s 2008 album, Scars & Souvenirs. DioGuardi co-owns Arthouse Entertainment, a publishing company that is a resource business for record companies and other music entities seeking compositions, productions, artists, and related music services. in 2003, DioGuardi won a BMI Cable Award for co-writing and performing, “Somethin’ To Say”, the theme to the Lifetime Television series For the People, which starred Lea Thompson, Debbi Morgan, A. Martinez and Cecilia Suárez. Kara has been awarded 15 BMI Awards for having co-written the most performed songs on the radio. One of the industry’s most highly sought after songwriters and producers, DioGuardi’s songs have appeared on records that have sold more than 150 million copies combined.