Glenda Benevides is a singer. She has sung with household superstars such as Toto, Teddy Pendergrass and Damian Perkins. She has also collaborated with many top Producers and Songwriters including two-time Grammy winner Tony Saunders who has helped shape the musical careers of stars like Eric Clapton, Patti Labelle and Stevie Wonder. Glenda is working on her new album "Ten Tales of hunger." Other professionals Glenda has worked with include Simon Britton and the Red Rhythm writing and production team who have produced super stars such as Ashanti, Eminem and Sting; Gospel great Howard McCrary who has worked with Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder and Chaka Khan, and James McKinney who musically helped brand Freddie Jackson, Melba Moore and Chaka Khan.
In 1998 Glenda incorporated and merged Dolce Voce Records LLC with her original record company Good Witch Records (first founded in 1998) to promote and produce music and artistry that makes a powerful difference in the World. Since its creation, her companies have sponsored and produced many philanthropic events, concerts and causes. Glenda is constantly supporting organizations through benefit concerts and volunteer work for organizations such as the Sulha Peace Project, the Rainforest Action Network, "Results" and "Meals on Wheels."
Releasing her first album in 2000, "Completion" fused both R & B and Jazz and as J. Michael Rivera of The Daily California stated, "(Completion) is a smooth blend that uplifts the spirit and calms the nerves."