Artist • Recording Artist
Emily Bindiger is a NY singer who has performed on hundreds of recordings, including commercials, movie soundtracks, industrials and records, as well as concert stages worldwide. She started out as a teenager playing clubs in Greenwich Village, then moved to France at 16 where she performed in musicals and on TV and released an album of original songs. She made her Broadway debut in “Shenandoah,” immediately followed by the revival of “Hair,” and for seven seasons she starred as “Frannie” on the Peabody Award-winning children’s TV show, “The Great Space Coaster.”
Emily has recorded and/or performed with such diverse artists as Leonard Cohen, Buster Poindexter, Ann Hampton Callaway, Joan Osborne, Lou Reed, Steve Van Zandt, Oscar Brand, Mary Fahl, Andy LaVerne, The Klezmatics, Peter White, Kevin Mahogany, Deodato, Michael Amante, Lesley Gore, Kathie Lee Gifford, David Friedman, Christine Lavin, Ben Vereen, Bobby Caldwell, Black 47, Laurie Beechman, Patti Austin, Ronnie Spector, Catherine Russell, Julie Gold, and the legendary Neil Sedaka, with whom she toured for several years.