Co-owner Soundhouse Studio
Singer/songwriter, actor, writer, artist SOCAN/ASCAP, ACTRA/TMA
Observing the entertainment business first hand through her parents prepared Cyndi to embrace her legacy – her life in the arts.
Cyndi’s Mom, Billie Mae Richards, created the much-loved voice of ‘Rudolph’ in the 1964 Christmas classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” with Burl Ives – one of many during her lengthy career in radio and TV. Her father, well-known jazz violinist Bill Richards, was musical director for many artists on the Canadian music scene and enjoyed a lengthy career as studio, TV and show orchestra musician.
Cyndi Richards Work: SOCAN/ASACP
Featured Vocal Projects
Said and Done Productions
YAMAHA – Motor Division
TV commercial – V/O and Vocals
Rock ‘n Roll Heaven Sick Kids Benefit
Live Lead Vox
The Great Gig In The Sky – Pink Floyd Cover
V/O TV Commercial
Car Nation Canada V/O -“Wear It Pink” Campaign
Selected Project Archive:
The Chronicles of Roy G. Biv
The Chronicles of Roy G Biv is penned and illustrated by Cyndi Richards. A project that came full circle when the Chronicles were scored by John Jamieson and narrated by Cyndi and her Mom, Billie Mae Richards, (the voice of Rulolph in the 1964 Christmas Classic with Burl Ives).