Cynthia Scott is still making a difference as a performing artist. This former backup singer for Ray Charles penned and performs One Raelette's Journey, an award-winning monodrama on her world travels and experience working with a musical legend. Austin Pendleton, actor and Drama Desk and OBIE Award winning director said, "(Cynthia) has a riveting story to tell... anybody that sees it will (never) forget."
Her soon to be released single, Hold On Stay Strong, and her last CD, Dream For One Bright World address many issues. Her song "Did I Know You" was featured in the New York Times.
Cynthia Scott will be in concert on June 19, 2016 (Father's Day) at Riverbank Park in NYC. It's a free concert open to the public and will feature Jeb Patton on piano, Ed Cherry on guitar, Paul Beaudry on bass and Dwayne Cook Broadnax on drums.
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