“, …Sings soulfully about the breadth of human experience, artistically alternating between keyboard and guitar” - Patricia Loeber, Historic Oakland Manor, Columbia, MD
“Songs that make your toes tap with expressive lyrics, and touching melodies that grip your heart. ” - Baltimore Jewish Times
“Goes deeper than your standard Nashville, Lower Broadway fare” - Rich Lynch, Music City Musings
“Great stuff! I'm a big fan!” - Joe Macre, Crack the Sky
Eileen Bernstein is an Americana singer-songwriter who charms audiences across the US with clever, heart-felt songs, chronicling a fascinating life well lived. From festivals to folk venues, house concerts to coffeehouses, and many songwriter nights in between, Eileen’s love of language shines through. Eileen’s work as a translator for the US Defense Department and the US Justice Department explains why she speaks English, French, Spanish, and reads Chinese. That, coupled with international travels gives her music a refreshing and insightful perspective that keeps her faithful fans coming back year after year.
Eileen's songs have been played on commercial and college radio stations across the US in support of her tours. Eileen's song, She's Got Her Way, was VH1's Song of the Year.
As an educator Eileen taught songwriting on the college level, created curricula, and contributed to the Howard County, Maryland Board of Education Anti-Bullying Policy. As CEO of Eileen Bernstein Consulting, she provided translations for government agencies, international organizations, and published numerous articles.
Eileen, now a resident of Nashville TN, was born in New Jersey. She spent most of her adult life in Maryland where she raised her family after receiving a Masters degree in Political Science from George Washington University.
Eileen's influences range from classic rock to contemporary pop, and the many facets of Americana. Eileen masterfully intertwines the poetic eminence of Jewel, the quirkiness of Sheryl Crow, and the power ballads of Journey, into her original work.
Eileen is available for festivals, house concerts, master classes, clinics, and conferences.
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