Jodi, Catherine, Christina and Janelle Pyfrom are 18 year old identical quadruplet girls who were born in Miami, Florida on May 11, 1995. These girls currently live in Nassau, Bahamas with their parents.
The group is currently vying to be selected on "Stars of Tomorrow" in Australia. This is the same program that helped Angelique Sabrina's career get jump-started. Stars of Tomorrow is a Radio Show on 2RDJ-FM and Triple H FM in Sydney, Australia featuring music from teen pop artists "Stars Of Tomorrow."
These girls began singing at the tender age of 6 years old and it was at age 13 when they recognized that singing and acting was a passion of theirs and decided this would be their chosen career path. In order to refine and further develop their melodious voices they have received vocal coaching from Mr. Lee Callender, a vocal coach in The Bahamas, for approximately 3years. FourEver1 have also have the opportunity to receive vocal coaching From Jan “Mama Jan” Smith, a vocal coach in Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2009 the girls formed a singing group called “FourEver1”. They have written, recorded and performed live 16 of their original as listed below:
Being in the spotlight is nothing new for these girls as they have been featured in local as well as international newspapers such as The Nassau Guardian, The Tribune (Nassau, Bahamas), The Miami Herald and The St. Petersburg Times. They have been featured in commercials and newspaper advertisement for Huggies disposal diapers, DC Technology Computer Store, BTC(telephone company) and The Bahamas Humane Society. FourEver1 has been featured in the summer 2011 edition of Nu Woman magazine and 2013 winter edition of Essence Bahamas.
In order to further develop themselves and sharpen their skills these girls participated in Seventeen Magazine Fantasy Camp at Atlantis, Bahamas during the summer of 2011. They also participated in the Summer Music Camp & Mentoring Program in Nassau, Bahamas. They have enrolled in acting and hip hop dance classes that are being taught by Nonny Price Cartwright.Mrs. Cartwright has also assisted with their choreography dances.
On October 1st, 2011 Fourever1 performed at the Bahamians United Cultural Hurricane Relief Concert and on October 17th2011 they performed at the 15th Annual International Cultural Festival, which was sponsored by The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism.On December 1st, FourEver1 was one of the featured performers at Atlantis Theatre Paradise Island Bahamas on the opening night of The Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) when they performed four of their original songs. This film festival featured numerous international film producers and actors.
On December 4th, 2011 FourEver1 performed at the Rotary Club of West Nassau 38th Annual Night of Christmas Concert at the Rain Forest Theatre at The Crystal Palace Resort & Casino in the Bahamas. They also performed in a hip hop dance routine and Broadway Kidz show on December 11th2011 with Live 2 Dance School.On December 16th they were able to perform three of their original songs and one other song with a band at the Jingle Rock Concert.
On January 15th, 2012 FourEver1 participated in the Love That Child Benefit Concert which was produced by Debbie Apalucci, NBA Philadelphia 76-ers Dance Team Director and Karen Rawlings, which also featured 18 award-winning dance students from Apalucci's Touch of Class Dance Studio located near Philadelphia.
In August 2012 FourEver1 co-wrote and recorded their song BBF with Jazze Pha in Atlanta,Georgia and performed this song for the Black Entertainment & Sport Lawyers Association (BESLA) at Atlantis, Bahamas.
Their most recent performance was their original song “Bahama Islands” in March 2013 at Arawak Cay for the Ministry of Tourism of The Bahamas and at the Heroes Ownership Summit for Women in May 2013.
Fourever1 continue to receive vocal coaching, acting and dance training to date.Jodi, Catherine, Christina and Janelle, “FourEver1” have shown their commitment and dedication to their singing and acting career and they have been able to continue to practice,write songs and perform while remaining on the honour roll at school. These girls graduated six months early from The Home School Leadership Academy as honor students.
FourEver1 goal is to be able to sing while acting on their television show.
The girls will be performing at Supermodel of the Bahamas on July 21st at the Rainforest Theatre along with Jervon Mackey - Lorenzo Payne (Super Talent of the Bahamas 2012) and
Shawndell (Super Talent of the Bahamas 2011)