Cindy Bullens, born in Boston, is, in her soul, a life-long resident of Maine, living in both Cumberland and North Haven. Cindy is the mother of Reid and Jessie Bullens-Crewe—and the grandmother of two girls, Tobey and Charlotte. Reid lives in Cumberland and Jessie lost her life to cancer at age 11 in 1996. Cindy is a two-time Grammy nominee who's 35 year career in the music business has included working with Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, and many others. She has released nine critically acclaimed albums. In 2001 Cindy wrote all the music and lyrics for the acclaimed musical about an island in Maine--Islands and in 2005, scored and appeared in the award-winning documentary Space Between Breaths, filmed about, for and with bereaved parents.Currently, along with her solo work, she is one-third of The Refugees, an award-winning trio with Wendy Waldman and Deborah Holland.