If I’m going to sing like someone else, then I don’t need to sing at all.
— Billie Holiday
 

Blythe sees the world (and all of time) through multi-cultural and music-colored eyes. She is Chinese, French, German, Irish, and Scandinavian, but foremost, an American. The rich cultural heritage she possesses gives her a distinct perspective. Nothing is black and white – it’s always somewhere in between. Blythe feels most at home in an environment of people who understand and appreciate diversity. It is a privilege to be around those who are different. Her synesthesia also makes the world entirely a sensory experience: Everything she hears, sees, touches, smells, or tastes has a distinct color. She visualizes and feels everything in this life in an unexpected way, which is reflected in her music.  

 

Blythe is currently a student at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Her voice and visage are featured in a series of electronic dolls and published materials; she has conducted the Pacific Symphony Orchestra, has placed an original toy invention with Mattel Toys; has interned for the Kurland Agency; has participated in a VR collaborative with Harvard and MIT; and has performed domestically and internationally on stage, TV, and film. 
Blythe and her fifteen piece band of international and domestic Berklee and BOCO musicians have been gigging with her original tunes in 10+ genres and 10+ languages in the Boston area. Stay tuned for her Caf Show at the Berklee College of Music, Blythe + The Boys, this January 2019.

Love and God bless!