Celebrating Fifty Years

About
Linda Eder
Linda Eder, Broadway and recording star
Linda Eder, Broadway and Recording Star

One of the most important and exciting contemporary interpreters of the Great American Songbook, Linda Eder is universally acclaimed for her incredible range, both vocally and stylistically. Singing with amazing power and clarity, Eder's visual presence and phenomenal talent have won her raves from critics and fans alike.

Eder's career is built on a solid Broadway base, but reaches far beyond it. Over the years, passionate fans across the country have packed concert venues, including New York's Carnegie Hall. Among her many milestones, Eder has been profiled by the Bravo Network, performed a solo concert run at Broadway's Gershwin Theater, and sang the track "Gold" to which Kristi Yamaguchi skated during the opening ceremonies at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Eder delivers glorious songs and proves that she is a vocal force to be recognized as one of the great solo voices, regardless of whose music she sings.

"Simply One of the Most Spell-Binding Singers of Our Time!" New York Daily News

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