| Welcome to Simply Eydie!
New to the internet in 2009, Simply Eydie is the ultimate online source for fans of the versatile vocalist known as Eydie Gorme! Though Eydie's official site is still the primary provenance of Eydie awesome, Simply Eydie seeks to be a fan-created complement to her personal web presence by sharing vintage magazine articles, interviews, and a bevy of fabulous photos not to be found anywhere else, in addition to a comprehensive Eydie biography and discography. Simply Eydie even offers a collection of resources highlighting television appearances by, and literary references to, Eydie.
So when you need to know more about Eydie G, don't go to strangers. Come to Simply Eydie!
|Please keep in mind that Simply Eydie is still a dynamic project that will continually update and expand as it acquires more Eydie paraphernalia, refines its aesthetic elements, and receives feedback from fans and visitors. We encourage you to 'make yourself comfortable' and check back often!|
|Questions? Comments? Please review our site disclaimer and Frequently Asked Questions page, where we address site history, submission suggestions, copyright issues and more.
You may also contact the site creators here. We look forward to hearing from you.
|SimplyEydie is still expanding our content every day, so please be patient while we add:|
|- comprehensive album details for each Eydie LP release|
|- additional photos and information to Eydie's television pages|
|...and much more!|
|- details on Eydie's musical collaborators like Don Costa and Buddy Bregman|
|7/20 - We've added three more delicious articles in the past month - from 1958, 1962, and 1965 - so be sure to check them out!|
|8/16 - A very Happy Birthday to Eydie! New articles abound in her honor! Help us celebrate by leaving a message for Eydie in our Guestbook.|
|9/12 - Eydie dishes about her favorite, well, dishes in this newly-added 1967 article.|
|11/24 - Eydie details various experiences in her early music career in this 1957 Down Beat article.|
|6/10 - Steve & Eydie open up about their personal life in this fantastic 1977 Family Circle article.|
|9/11 - Eydie's Blog: A New Yorker's tribute.|