“(Walkin' Through This World) ... A musical journey of the miracle that is Cidny Bullens. He HAD to do this. He had to musically tell his story. And it is SO moving. The Gender Line, Walkin’ Through This World, Call Me By My Name are killers.The playing and the sound are fabulous! Cidny has laid himself bare and the results are wonderful. ”
— Sir Elton John--June 2020
This two-time Grammy nominee’s career has taken Cidny (Cindy) from singing back-up with Elton John to having eight critically acclaimed solo albums, including 1999's award winning “Somewhere Between Heaven and Earth”. Followed by “Neverland” and “dream #29” and Cid's 2010 "Howling Trains and Barking Dogs". In 2007 Cidny formed the “super-trio”- The Refugees- with songwriting greats Wendy Waldman and Deborah Holland. The Refugees released two CDs 2009's Unbound and 2012's THREE. Both stayed on the Folk/Americana charts for many months. Since 2016, Cidny has been performing his autobiographical one person show Somewhere Between: Not An Ordinary Life in theaters around the country, including Los Angeles, New York, and Nashville to rave reviews. In 2019, the major documentary Invisible, directed by TJ Parsell, will be released in which Cid is featured. Also Cid will release his first album as "Cidny Bullens". He is writing and recording songs reflecting his last seven years of gender transition. In 2020, Cid's memoir will not be far behind.
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