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Miss Freddye Proves Why She's One Of The Best In Blues On "Something To Believe In"
The spirit of the blues is still alive in the city of Pittsburgh as long as Miss Freddye is still around, and she shows why she has stuck around all this time with her latest single, "Something To Believe In." A classic piano melody with accenting strings allow her voice to belt out and grab each listener by the ear from a Pennsylvania stage to the far corners of the globe. A rousing guitar chorus coupled with her Freddye’s vocal performance brings the record to new heights as the message of belief through the most precious and sacred beings in our lives is certainly a relatable sentiment. The four-and-a-half-minute spirit-lifter shows the listener why Miss Freddye is one of the best to do the blues!
The frontwoman for two bands: Miss Freddye’s Blues Band (electric blues) and Miss Freddye’s Homecookin Band, (acoustic blues, classic rock, gospel), Freddye Stover is a multiple award-winning blues singer from Pittsburgh, PA.
She has won past blues competitions; 2008 West Virginia Blues Society for Best Blues and 2012 Blues Society Of Western PA Best Duo/Solo Act. In 2014, Miss Freddye was awarded the Star Award from the Pittsburgh VA Medical Center for her work with veterans. She was awarded the 2015 Freedom From Silence Award from the Center For Victims. Miss Freddye has won in the Iron City Rocks Awards for Best Blues Band in 2016, 2017, and 2019. Her self-released CD, “Lady Of The Blues” won for Best Album in 2017.
In 2018, Miss Freddye was nominated for two Blues Foundation Awards, one for Best Emerging Artist CD and The Koko Taylor Traditional Blues Female. In 2020, Miss Freddye was named Best Blues Performer by the Pittsburgh City Paper.