Lindsey Erin knew she wanted to be a professional singer the first time she stepped in front of an audience in her hometown elementary school. From that moment on, she has been planning and working towards her career goal as a country artist.
Lindsey has focused all of her energy on her music and impending career. Her plan is simple – to surround herself with positive, professional and influential people. Being able to connect with her audience on and off stage is of utmost importance to Lindsey.
Her full band, which consists of her on vocals, a lead guitarist, rhythm guitarist, bassist and a drummer, provide a very entertaining, high energy, interactive show for the crowds. Lindsey has her
own edgy, sassy style that truly makes her unique. The compliments on her stage presence, likeability and crystal clear vocals are endless at each show.
Lindsey has performed at many fairs and festivals throughout Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, New York and Ohio. She has shared the stage with many national acts such as Chase Rice (Lindsey joined him on stage to sing the #1 hit song “Cruise” that he co-wrote), Swon Brothers(Season 4 of NBC's "The Voice"), Love and Theft, Eric Paslay, Shooter Jennings, Bucky Covington, Aaron Kelley, Dakota Bradley, Danielle Bradbery, Joe Diffie, Parmalee, Blackjack Billy and Montgomery Gentry. She is no stranger to being on the main stages with National acts and 2014 will be no different!
Lindsey has recently teamed with the American Cancer Society by establishing a “Rock the Relay” Benefit Tour. She will be the headlining act at each of their events in various cities within Pennsylvania. Her goal is to assist ACS in exceeding their set goals for each city.
Lindsey recorded an EP in Nashville in 2013 with Jason Wyatt of The Lost Trailers as her producer. Jason sang a duet with her on one of the songs “Up in Smoke”. Lindsey was on a radio tour in 2013 at various country radio stations in her home state of PA and its surrounding states. The music video for “Up in Smoke” was officially released in April 2014.
She was selected as one of the 100 contestants out of 4,000 submissions to enter round 2 of the American Country Star competition in Nashville and then progressed to round 3 (semi-finals). She was chosen as an alternate and showcased her talent prior to the competition. Jason Wyatt joined Lindsey on stage to sing "Up in Smoke".
She is visiting Nashville on a regular basis for songwriting, guitar lessons and career counseling with Brian Bonds, lead guitarist of Florida-Georgia Line. Lindsey is successfully paving the way in Nashville as the new up-and-coming artist in town.