Award-winning Singer Cassandra Kubinski

(WTNH) – Award winning singer/songwriter Cassandra Kubinski performs her newest hit “Barcode.”

Cassandra’s songwriting and recording career encompasses 4 award-winning albums (Just Being Myself, Live at Camp Nashville, Hold the Sun, and Hiding Underneath), song placements on ABC (Smash), NBC (promos), Lifetime, Bravo, MTV, Food Network and more; and movies, jingle singing (USPS, Maybelline, Barnes and Noble, Twizzlers), voice-overs (Marcia Brady in the Superbowl award-winning Snickers Brady Bunch commercial; Homegoods, Kohls, Dunkin Donuts, Capitol One, Tampax), stage and screen acting (Clear Blue Tuesday, Spin City, Finding Forrester, “The Audience” (Drama Desk nomination)). 7 of Cassandra’s songs were recently featured prominently on the hit Lifetime show “Dance Moms.”   Cassandra performs regularly worldwide, most often in her home city, NYC, and has performed and/or spoken at colleges such as UCONN, URI, Nichols, and Susquehanna.


She has toured internationally, opening for Anna Nalick, Dickie Betts, Ingram Hill, and more on the way.  A Borders Books and Music “Artist to Watch” (2008 tour), two of her studio albums, HOLD THE SUN and HIDING UNDERNEATH, garnered awards from Billboard, The Songwriters Hall of Fame, and the Positive Pop Song Contest.  Classical-pop trumpet supererstar Chris Botti features on her latest album, JUST BEING MYSELF.


She also writes songs for other artists and brands, including having written with her biggest influence, Billy Joel.  She holds a BA Theatre degree from Florida State University, is a certified yoga instructor, and a foodie.  Her commitment to positively contributing to communities in need has led to performances in AIDS hospitals for Lifebeat, marriage equality for Swish, and Relay for Life Cancer Society events. Her latest song, “Not So Different,” is currently raising money for Autism and features John Rzeznik from the Goo Goo Dolls and Mary Ramsey from 10,000 Maniacs on a new version to be released in 2016.


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