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Bridget Cimino Bridget Cimino

Bridget Cimino is a professional visual artist that paints murals, portraits, houses, and does historical restoration around Baltimore City. She just happens to have an uncanny ear for melody with a memory like an elephant. She literally knows almost every single tune you could throw at her. It’s amazing! She has been interested in music since she was a young child as her history inclined, reenactment parents exposed her to great traditional music early on such as the 97th Regimental String Band. From there it was folk music all the way until discovering punk music in her teens. Jazz pulled her out of the punk clubs and put her in a fancy dress but she’s still got that no BS attitude with an edgy haircut. She knows her music folks, and her voice shows it.


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