Cidny Bullens

Cidny Bullens’ two-time Grammy nominee’s career has taken Cidney from singing back-up with Elton John and singing lead vocals on the Grease movie soundtrack—to having eight critically acclaimed solo albums, including the award winning album written after the death of her 11-year-old daughter Jessie, 1999’s Somewhere Between Heaven and Earth. Cidny has also co-written songs in Nashville, producing several charting singles and is one-third of “super-group” The Refugees with Wendy Waldman and Deborah Holland. Cidny wrote the musical Islands with Tony award winning producer John Wulp about life on an island in Maine, which was performed in September of 2001, just after 9/11, as a benefit to the victims, to a sold out audience on Broadway. In 2011, Cindy became Cidny, making the daunting decision to transition from female to male. Cid has written and created Somewhere Between: Not an ordinary life. and is now performing it around the country to rave reviews. For more information go to