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Maile Souza Bridge is an eclectic singer, offering a unique blend of pop, rock and roll, blues and jazz sounds. Inspired by family members who love music, Maile began singing when she was only three years old. “My mom used to wake my dad up every morning by singing to him. After watching her do this for awhile, I realized that I could do that too!” – Maile

Since then, Maile has always aspired to become a professional singer. However, her path to becoming a musician took an unexpected turn when she decided to pursue a career as a Hollywood model and actress. Overwhelmed by the opportunities she was offered, Maile’s singing career took a back seat to photo shoots, and appearances in films, television commercials and shows. Maile spent the majority of her early 20’s modeling and acting for a variety of film production companies, including MGM, Paramount Pictures, and Universal Studios. She even modeled for a photo shoot with former Mr. Universe and our immediate-past governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, as he was working on the book, “Bodybuilding for Women.”

Years later, after a successful career as a model and actress, Maile realized that her true passion was singing. Today, Maile performs all over San Diego at venues like Pal Joey’s Blues Jam,The Hotel Del Coronado, The Boathouse and Villa Capri. Voted “Best Rock Karaoke Singer in San Diego” at Belly Up, Maile’s music consists mostly of cover songs from her favorite artists, including Sarah McLachlan, Eric Clapton, and Etta James, who have also been her musical inspiration and influence. Maile’s unique voice and ability to sing a wide range of songs, allows her to connect with audiences across the board

Maile’s Favorites:
“Before You Accuse Me”, by Eric Clapton
“You’ve Got to Move”, by Rolling Stones
“You’ve Got Me Running”, by Jimmy Reed
“ At Last”, by Etta James.
“Blue Bayou”, by Linda Ross
“Angel”, by Sarah Mclachlan
“Crazy”, by Patsy Cline
“Old Time Rock and Roll”, by Bob Sigger
“Pink Cadillac”, by Bruce Springsteen


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