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Bridget Cady is more than just a fantastic vocalist - her talent is undeniable, but her enthusiasm for her craft is absolutely infectious!
Bridget has been featured in a duet with Rod Stewarts on his chart-topping single “Didn’t I” and “Cold Old London”. In addition, she also provided backing vocals to his albums Blood Red Roses, Time, Soul Book, and the Christmas album Merry Christmas Baby, which was produced by David Foster.
Bridget has been on a worldwide journey for over two decades, singing in both English and Italian with performers such as Rod Stewart, Eros Ramazzotti and Elisa Toffoli. She's had the honor of singing alongside Stevie Nicks, Ronnie Wood, David Foster, Alicia Keys, Cyndi Lauper and plenty of other impressive figures.
The outstanding opportunity to star as Joanne in the award-winning Broadway musical RENT is one of Bridget's most unforgettable memories. She has had many career accomplishments, but singing for the illustrious Royal family, the Queen of England and King Charles III, is a highlight that she cherishes.
Bridget is also the vocalist behind the highly popular McDonald's campaign "Lemme get a McPick 2" and has lots of musical experience to her credit. She sings and arranges music for shows like That Girl Lay Lay on Nickelodeon, Family Reunion on Netflix (which earned several NAACP Image Awards), Super Kitties on Disney Junior, Live performance for Good Times, Storming Caesar’s Palace, The Sit-in Harry BelaFonte which earned an Emmy nomination. The Bachelor, Jaguar, Timex, Conair and many more.
Bridget has appeared on talk shows such as Graham Norton,Jay Leno, Ellen Degeneres, The View, Dancing with the Stars, Strictly Come Dancing(UK), Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O' Brien, MTV European awards, Good Morning America, Rachael Ray, Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting, Rai Uno(ITALY)........
Bridget is an accomplished songwriter. She has written songs for other artist both in Europe and the United States.
Now offering private singing lessons! For more information please email
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