Born in Philadelphia, SiSi Dash was raised in one of the city’s first suburbs.
She began her career at age 7, taking voice lessons and singing in the church choir. She took dance lessons at Philadelphia School of Dance Arts; acting camp at the Walnut Street Theatre; and participated in drama and chorus during high school and continued in leadership roles in chorus and gospel choir at Widener University. During college, she volunteered at a local radio station in Chester, PA where she hosted a weekly show. At that time she was also a member of the Grammy U Philadelphia chapter. She graduated college with a BS in Business and a minor in Marketing. She now works in sales for a local company. SiSi is a member of the National R&B Society.
SiSi completed her debut recordings “Good Day” and We’re Incredible” with Grammy nominated singers/songwriters/producers Helen Bruner and Terry Jones. She has also worked with Grammy nominated songwriter/producer Donald Robinson and recorded “I’ll Be Right There”. He tailored the song, “What Ever Happened to Romance” to SiSi’s voice. All were consolidated onto her 4 record EP entitled “New Beginnings”.
She debuted in local stage plays: Rick Watson’s “Secrets, Lies & Betrayal” in 2019 with veterans John Canada Terrell and Clayton Prince. Pre-Covid, she acted in productions by locals KimB Wells (dinner theater) and Dr. John Graves (portraying Mamie Till). In June, 2022, SiSi portrayed Queen Zeminah in Dr. Graves’ musical play Moses at The Arts Bank of Philadelphia. SiSi collaborated with local producer “Gibbs” and her momanger, Sandy Dash, to create 8 of the songs on her second release of a 9 song CD entitled “Free”. During Covid-19, she participated in online events “Ladies of Love” concert; was special co-host on Heat100Radio.com for Simply Monica Mason; and, performed for Natl Assoc Negro Musicians (NANM). She was also the winner of the Front Stage Virtual Contest in 2022 securing Alyson Williams as a mentor. In May 2023, SiSi released her single, “Feeling Good”.
God is in her heart and R&B in her soul. She also sends special thanks to her mother, Sandy Dash; voice teacher, Devonne Gardner; cheerleader, Cynthia Tyre; mentor, Alyson Williams; and, posthumously her cousin the late Sarah Dash (founding member of the legendary group “Labelle”). Her music can be located on all major platforms. She can be reached at email@example.com