Randi Driscoll is an award-winning singer/songwriter and actress. Randi’s music has been featured in film, television, and a commercial directed by Spike Lee, in which Randi also appeared. Her performance credits include appearances at Lincoln Center, Place des Arts (Montreal), The Ford Theatre and hundreds of universities, performance halls, nightclubs and cabarets. Randi has shared the stage with a wide range of artists, including Pat Benatar, Dar Williams, Bruce Hornsby, Bonnie Raitt, Jason Mraz, and Dave Koz. Randi’s original song “What Matters” has been featured in several stage productions, films and documentaries, and proceeds from the song support the Matthew Shepard Foundation, an anti-hate charity. Choral version of Randi’s songs have been performed by over fifty choirs internationally, and have been featured at New York’s Carnegie Hall and the Disney Hall in California. In July of 2018, Randi, her husband Andrew, and their daughter, Skyler Faith, relocated to Nashville TN, where Randi is currently finishing her forthcoming CD, produced by Dean Miller. Her new songs have awarded her several notable mentions; including; Winner, of The Top Writer” series, Nashville TN, (2019) Best Love Song, Betty Lou’s Songwriter night (Happy Hour in Heaven) Nashville, TN, 2018 New Song Winner, (AAA category) Nashville’s Rising Star competition, semi- finalist, 2017.
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