About Cynthia

At age 14, Cynthia was playing guitar and performing cover versions of songs by The Who, Jethro Tull, James Taylor, Cat Stevens, and anything she could learn from a record or after hearing it on the radio. She wrote and performed original songs in area coffeehouses, often with another guitarist and/or bass player and drummer.Cynthia McCorkindale Classic

After attending the prestigious Boston Conservatory and receiving a Bachelor of Music degree from Western Connecticut State University, Cynthia McCorkindale lucille's New York Cityher love of language and desire to travel took her abroad. She spent several years traveling between London, England and Carcassonne, France. There she performed regularly at L'Ostal des Troubadours, a lively cabaret-style restaurant that featured a variety of musicians, from Irish folksingers to Catalan gypsies. At L'Ostal, Cynthia had the opportunity to sing with the gypsies, learning the songs in their native Catalan. Once back in the States, Cynthia returned to jazz singing. In this direction, she released her first solo CD, Meant To Be Blue, which was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer and master engineer Elliot Scheiner.

La musique française

Cynthia has reignited her passion for French music. Creating the concept Bistro Blue, she released a CD by the same name, in collaboration with producer Jeff Eyrich of Dave's True Story. Licensing contracts for the CD have been signed for Singapore, Taiwan, Japan and Australia, Hong Kong and China! Sales are going strong in the Southeast Asian territories.