Marydee Reynolds is a musician / vocal therapist/ writer / vintage curator currently residing in Chicago. A native New Yorker she moved to the Windy City to record for the legendary Wax Trax! label and her voice and her songs been featured on The WB, The Fox Network,Showtime,MTV,The Discovery Channel and numerous sound-tracks and ad campaigns. She has toured extensively and holds a degree in professional music with an emphasis on jazz composition from Berklee College of Music in addition to 6 years of private study with Mark Baxter author of The Rock and Roll Survivors Manual and The Singers Toolbox.
She has been a frequent guest lecturer at Berklee College of Music, Columbia College Chicago and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and she has toured and recorded with many artists including Jim Thirlwell, Lisa Germano, Chris Connelly and Bill Reiflin.
Marydee is currently working on her first book “Getting Billy Gone ” about a girl who is stalked by the ghost of a dead rock star and Ghosty Girl, a collection of her songs as interpreted by other singers. She is also performing with The Girls Of the Golden West, a reincarnation of her great Aunt Millie’s band, a duo of two sisters who toured and recorded extensively throughout the 1930s and who are now considered to be one of the first successful female country acts in history. She continues to teach and curates a collection of rare clothing and textiles at Saffron Vintage on 1st dibs