About Edye Evans Hyde
2011 West Michigan Jazz Society Musician of the Year Edye Evans Hyde has been singing jazz, blues and pop music for over 30 years in West Michigan, Los Angeles, Asia and Europe. Over the years, Edye shared the stage with world-renowned blues singer Linda Hopkins, pop singer Michael Bolton, vocalist Maria Muldaur, actress Connie Stevens, the late Ray Charles, and Cuban trumpet player Arturo Sandoval. Edye’s theatrical performances include principle roles in Dream Girls, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Little Shop of Horrors, Blues for an Alabama Sky, Intimate Apparel, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, Ragtime, and Having Our Say. Edye also appears with The Grand Rapids Symphony as a narrator for the Symphony Lollipops and sang with The West Shore Symphony performing songs from her acclaimed albums Girl Talk and Lady with A Song. She recently released her newest album, Magic In His Eyes. You can find the recording on www.cdbaby.com/cd/edyeevanshyde. Currently, you can see Edye on the TBN television series Come on Over, the webseries Backstage Drama, and other film and television productions.