Lynne Fiddmont

Date: June 14, 2021/Speaker: Lynne Fiddmont

St. Louis, Missouri-native Lynne Fiddmont graduated from Boston University and also attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music then moved to Los Angeles, landing her first gig with the Jazz Crusaders. She became an in-demand studio and touring singer working with the likes of Iggy Pop, Kenny Loggins, Burt Bacharach, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Whitney Houston, Dave Brubeck, Rod Stewart, Patti Austin, Babyface and Stanley Clarke (among many) – from “American Idol” to “The Grammys,” and at the White House for President Barack Obama. In 2006, Lynne Fiddmont released Flow on her own label, MidLife Records, followed in 2010 by her loving salute to Billie Holiday, Lady, and Spirit of Christmas (2012).