Myra Flynn is a singer/songwriter hailing from central Vermont. Her live shows blend soulful vocals with an engaging stage presence, and she maintains a busy performance schedule in Vermont, New York City, Boston and Montreal. Myra's indie/folk/soul vocal stylings have been compared to the likes of Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, Leela James, and Alicia Keys, and she counts Joni Mitchell among her lyrical influences. A versatile musician, Myra performs as an intimate solo act, with musical collaborator Paul Boffa as Quiet Songs, or backed by her tight veteran band Spark. In each format, she delivers earnest original songs to a growing fan base. At age 16, Myra got a taste of the big city and music life, which she traded in for more intimate songs and performances in more intimate settings. She has since opened for Ivan Neville, Alexa Ray Joel, Slick Rick, and Lee "Scratch" Perry. Emphasizing, "I was a writer before I was a singer," Myra is also a working journalist. Her original compositions, some including her own spoken poetry, reflect maturity as both a writer and a performer.