Lindsay has been a singer all of her life, and has developed a unique vocal sound over the years. In 2006, she began playing the guitar, which has been a great asset to her writing, performing, and musicianship.
Lindsay started her composing career as primarily a singer-songwriter, heavily influenced by great pop and folk musicians such as John Mayer, Joni Mitchell, and Ray Lamontagne. And while writing pop music was a large part of Lindsay’s development as a young musician, her focus shifted to jazz halfway through her high school career. After being highly involved in her High School jazz program, Lindsay began to fall in love with the genre. She became obsessed with vocal improvisation and transcribing instrumental solos, and after listening to John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme”, there was no turning back.
Lindsay currently attends Berklee College of Music as a vocal student and is majoring in Performance. She works hard at her music every day - focusing on becoming an expert on her instrument. She tries to keep her repertoire as diverse and interesting as possible, exploring free jazz, pop, folk, all types of instrumental music as well as the Great American Song Book and her own compositions. She has studied with Becca Stevens, Peter Eldridge, Alison Wedding, Dena DeRose, Gretchen Parlato, Rebecca Martin, and many others. She studies Alexander Technique, Zen Buddhism, and practices yoga in order to stay in the moment, to connect more deeply with her music, and to connect more deeply with the people around her.