You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
“She’s my little crash, boom, bang!” Testifies Brian Lindsay on the
opening cut, “What Does Love Mean to You,” from his just released, GFI Music CD ….. The Monkey, the Tango and the Boogaloo. The eleven cuts created, corralled & cut in Rochester, New York feature wasteland guitars, keys, sax solo’s, powerful vocals, and “all in” harmonies. Go deep as contained within this ambitious release are themes, grooves and rockin’ rhythms … accessible to all. The Monkey, the Tango and the Boogaloo should predictably land a chart position on today’s radio as did the previously released East Side of the River (The Crossing) and King of the Mountain (Esperanza). Brian Lindsay might just be the skinniest man in show business but his oversized vocal & guitar style when combined with an electrifying stage presence is reminisce of The Boss, Van the Man and Warren Zevon. http://www.brianlindsay.net
Summer 2014 finds recording and performing artist Brian Lindsay gearing up for an unparalleled
year – ready to deliver his latest and ever-powerful musical messages to loyal, and new fans
Brian has assembled an incredible lineup of accomplished musicians. A BLB performance is a real deal, no gimmicks stage show. The
Band always delivers on the promise of an in-concert rock n roll experience. Brian’s “take no prisoners” stage presence is the key to the
unique, totally energized Brian Lindsay Band experience. Brian and his new band lineup deliver a distinctive Roots Rock experience
filled with his trademark storytelling, finely crafted arrangements, and inspired performances.
With its trademark big sound and powerful stage show, the Band has showcased throughout NY. They have appeared at Rochester’s
Lilac Festival , opening for The Smithereens, Rochester’s famous Party in the Park series billing shows with Southside Johnny and the
Asbury Jukes, as well as with Shooter Jennings, the Bands on the Bricks series appearing with Donna the Buffalo, 14 Fridays at Village
Gate , and The Corn Hill Arts Festival . The Band performed at the Canandaigua Music & Arts Fest , The Naples Grape Festival , and
had return performances at Spring Fest at The Inspire Moore Winery . The BLB rocked the main stage at the 4-day Oswego Harbor
Festival when they opened for Herman’s Hermits’ Peter Noone
Brian and the Band have been hard at work completing their new record, “The Monkey, The Tango, and The Boogaloo” (3rd for GFI
Music Label), ready for an early spring 2014 release. Select 2013 performances featured many these new compositions. Audiences
expected to see and hear something exceptional - and the Band truly delivered!