Lynda Styne

Lynda Styne of Red Hot & Blonde
Lynda Styne trained as an actress but is equally busy working in cabaret as one of the very few female vocalists to feature the ukulele in her act today.

Lynda's speciality as a singer has always been the golden age of jazz: the 1920s - in fact over the years she has often been fired and even arrested for dancing the Charleston in public places.

Having studied acting, Lynda has worked extensively in theatre, television, films and commercials, and when she met and worked with Janet Beale, she created the idea of the act Red Hot & Blonde. After various trial line-ups the trio was finalised with Janet and Andy...