Cheryl Nye is a born and raised Montreal Singer-Songwriter with Canadian & American citizenship. Her roots go back over 215 years in Montreal. She has her Degree in Music (B.F.A.) (Voice & Piano), and has written over 200 songs (Words & Music). Cheryl has sung on many T.V. shows, and has been interviewed on numerous radio shows, as well as being a guest co-host for international radio shows. She has sung on many shows in Las Vegas. She has performed throughout Upstate New York, and Montreal. She has 3 C.D.’ s currently on the market entitled “Eyes Of A Stranger”, “With Goodbyes”, and this new release: “I Surrender To My Heart” Hommage To The James Bond Films (007) With Original Songs Written And Sung By Singer-Songwriter Cheryl Nye.
Recent Accomplishments include :
ISSA Award (International Singer-Songwriter) "Female Songwriter Of The Year" -bronze (Aug.3rd, 2019)
ISSA "Best Pop Artist of The Month" (3) (2019)
"Artist of The Year 2017" New Visions Radio (Jan.15,2018)
Winner of The Akademia Music Award For Best Song Pop/Ballad (February 2016) for the song she wrote and sang off her new album entitled “I Surrender To My Heart”
Winner of The Akademia Music Award for Best Pop/Acoustic Song. (February 2015) (Beverly Hills, California) for the song she wrote and sang entitled “Eyes Of A Stranger”.
“Artist Of The Week” (Loop Radio (UK) (June, 2014)
“Artist Of The Month” (Loop Radio, UK) (July 2014)
“Featured Artist Of the Month” (SplashRadio, London, England) (Dec. 2012)
Top 10 song in “Latin” Category (Ourstage /USA Contest)) for her song “La Manera En Que Necesito Que Me Ames”.
Cheryl has sung the National Anthems for the Montreal Expos (7 times), The Montreal Canadiens, The Montreal Impact (2 home openers), The Toronto BlueJays, Ottawa RoughRiders, Jazz De Montreal.
She has also been an International songwriting judge for SOWI (Songwriters of Wisconsin International) for 15 years.
Cheryl Nye is listed in the :
-International “Who’s Who In Music -Volume 2: Popular Music” (1999-2016)
-“World Who’s Who Of Women” (2012)
-2,000 Most Accomplished Musicians Of The 20th Century (2004)
-The Blue Book (Cambridge, England)- (Found in the Washington D.C. Library Of Congress)