Cindy Bullens

ABOUT

Cindy Bullens (b. March 21, 1950) is a veteran singer-songwriter who served as a backup singer for Rod Stewart and Elton John and also provided vocals on the soundtrack to the 1978 movie blockbuster, "Grease." As a solo artist, she is best known for the hard-driving 1979 hit, "Survivor." Bullens publically came out in 2012 as a transgender man who now goes by the name of Cidny Bullens.


Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Survivor (1979)
  • Trust Me (1980)

Pop charts debut year: 1979

Years active: ca. 1970 - present

Genres: Rock, Americana

Labels: United Artists, Casablanca, MCA, Artemis, Blue Lobster, Blue Rose, MC Records

Website: cidnybullens.com

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