Nervo Bio

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Nervo bio

Twins Miriam Nervo and Olivia Nervo are Australian musicians and songwriters born and raised in Melbourne. They began their careers as models with the Australian Chadwick Models Agency and were also ambassadors at the L’Oreal Fashion Festival. The twins had been accepted into the Opera Australia Academy, but chose to pursue an EDM career. The duo signed a contract with Sony/ATV Music Publishing at 18-years-old and subsequently embarked on a songwriting career. They emerged as hit songwriters for Kesha to Kylie, Guetta & Rowland, Pussycat Dolls and more. They co-wrote the Grammy Award-winning single, "When Love Takes Over," performed by David Guetta and Kelly Rowland. They've remixed Katy Perry, 30 Seconds to Mars, Cobra Starship, and have topped club charts worldwide. When they landed a deal with Virgin America/Astralwerks as artists, they started working on their debut album where they would not only write and produce but would step into the spotlight and perform. In August 2011 NERVO signed with modeling agency, Wilhelmina Models. They were also featured in Pacha magazine. They wrote the track "Night of Your Life" performed by Jennifer Hudson on David Guetta's new album Nothing but the Beat. They wrote, vocally produced and arranged Agnes Carlsson's single, "Don't Go Breaking My Heart (Agnes song)." The group also wrote Nicole Scherzinger's single "Try With Me." Nervo also opened up for Britney Spears and Nicki Minaj on the Femme Fatale tour, and confirmed a DJ residency in the new mecca for Dance music, Las Vegas, at the Wynn Hotel Group. Additionally they spent a lot of time in Ibiza with DJ dates at I.M.S, FMIF and Pete Tong’s Pure Pacha closing night. In November 2012 CoverGirl announced that they had signed the sisters to be CoverGirls. As they balance DJing with songwriting/producing and making their own music—and also serving as hosts of NERVO Nation, their monthly show on SiriusXM’s BPM channel—the globe-trotting duo considers spinning essential to honing in on the perfect sound.

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