A singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, teacher and globetrotter, there's not much Rebecca can't do.

Hailing from Ontario, Canada, Rebecca is an adult contemporary artist with crossover jazz and pop influences. Her 2016 album, Some Fun Out of Life, was distributed by Universal/Alma throughout Canada, the United States and Europe. It's an upbeat, effervescent listen with a mix of covers and original tunes available on Spotify, Youtube, iTunes and Google Play.

Influenced by artists like Amy Winehouse, Nina Simone, Caro Emerald and Etta James, Rebecca is currently traveling the world performing and growing musically ahead of her next album release. She is also busy writing music with Canadian pop star and music mentor Dan Hill, as well as with Irish songwriting production team Twin Monarch. 

Rebecca's travels have taken her to Uganda, where she worked as a voice coach and taught sexual education to students. She has performed in Malta, Thailand, New Zealand, Honduras, Australia and Canada; she also fronts the 18-piece Canadian Big Band. 

Rebecca enjoys engaging with her fans and keeps them up to date on her adventures through Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Travel, work, volunteering and music have all merged into one big, beautiful life that Rebecca continues to build for herself and share through her music.

Rebecca will record her next album for release this year, which will feature all originals. Keep your eye on Rebecca’s social media accounts for the latest news and announcements.



Some Fun Out Of Life

Jazz/pop vocalist and songwriter Rebecca Binnendyk makes a dazzling recording debut with her new albumSome Fun Out Of Life (ALMA/Universal). It features fresh reworkings of standards and hits from songwriters ranging from Cole Porter and Hoagy Carmichael to Joni Mitchell, Phil Collins, Corinne Bailey Rae, and Bon Jovi, plus two new and emotionally eloquent original compositions. The classically-trained vocalist possesses a fluid and pure singing style and receives ace accompaniment here from an A-list band of Toronto players (including horns and strings), all produced with clarity by John "Beetle" Bailey. As the title suggests, the mood here is predominantly light and upbeat, making for a fun listening experience.