Born off the coast of Canada on the rugged island of Newfoundland, Cynthia Quehe (pronounced Kway) is the youngest of ten musically inclined brothers and sisters. As part of such a large musical family, it was only natural that Cynthia began performing at the early age of four.
Growing up, Cynthia was a member of various choirs, and was frequently called upon to be the soloist. She sang with her father, sisters and brothers at places of worship, hospitals, and senior citizens homes. Her father encouraged her to play guitar to help with her writing, and at the age of thirteen she performed her first original song. When she turned fifteen Cynthia began singing at the social functions such as charities, private parties and night clubs. At twenty- four she left Newfoundland to pursue her singing and songwriting career.
Cynthia has performed in Long Island, Philadelphia, Valley Forge, Atlantic City, Tampa Bay, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Texas, many venues in Nashville, Newfoundland, many cities in Ontario, Alberta, just to name a few. She has performed on numerous programs on BBS Television Network, and sang the national anthem at hockey games and local fairs.
Cynthias influences are her father, Cliff Quehe, Tammy Wynette, Connie Smith, Wanda Jackson, Jim Reeves, Heart and Whitney Houston.