Meet Miss Freddye

As Pittsburgh's Lady Of Lady Of The Blues,  Miss Freddye keeps the blues alive in her native hometown, 

She started singing in church at a young age. The influence of church and her mother's love of the Blues gave Miss Freddye the beginning to venture in the world of Blues Music in 1996. She joined BMW(Blues  Music  Works) under the direction of Big AL Leavitt.  In 2002, Miss Freddye formed her own band,  "Blue Faze". Several years later, she became Miss Freddye's Blues Band and Miss Freddye's Homecookin' Band.

Her Influences include: Koko Taylor,  Etta James, Sarah Vaughn, Billie Holiday,  Big Mama Thornton,  Big AL Leavitt,  and Bessie Smith.


Awards: 2016 Pittsburgh Music Awards best blues band

2015 Freedom From Silence,  Center for Victims

2014 Star Award for VA Pgh 



Current nominations:

2017 Pittsburgh Music Awards for best blues band and best album

2018 Blues Foundation for Best Emerging artist album and the Koko Taylor award(Traditional blues female)



Past blues competitions:

2008 West Virginia Blues Society winner for best blues band

2012 Blues Society Of Western PA best duo/solo



She does annual charity work with music for the following:



Relay for Life American Cancer Society 

Pink Day, Leechburg,  PA fundraiser for the  Breast Cancer Research Foundation 

Veterans 

Local VFWs and American Legions

Toys for tots 

Sing to Stop Domestic Violence



She has two CDs available at this time..