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Music heals me in a way no other remedy can. I feel it on a personal and soulful level and I believe
that is why it comes off so strongly when I perform. I will dedicate my time, effort, emotion, gusto,
whatever, 100% to music. Always.

Lindsey’s first CD is to be released in March 2013. Check out these tracks from the upcoming
CD in the meantime!

Click the title to listen:

In The Right Place (written by Jay Collins)

Free (written by Lindsey Webster and Keith Slattery)
Lindsey Webster
“Absolutely Incredible” -Michael Bolton

“Lindsey has got world-class singing ability and really knows how to win the audience’s heart.”

-Jay Collins (Donald Fagen, Levon Helm)

At just twenty-five years Lindsey Webster has already shared the stage with Grammy-award winning
musicians and artists. She is singing on a grammy nominated CD for 2012
(with the Jimmy Sturr Orchestra) and has recorded with multiple music legends. Now, Lindsey is
gradually laying the bricks for a path of success all her own.

Lindsey has traveled across the country, playing in famed venues such as Carnegie Hall, Musikfest,
Summerfest, The Elephant Room/Austin, Falcon Live, Bearsville Theater, The Brooklyn Bowl and
many more. With a powerful four octave vocal range, Lindsey’s sound is a blend of Soul, Funk, and
R&B, with slight blues influences. Scott Sharrard, the lead guitarist of the Gregg Allman Band, claims
that “Miss Webster’s got soul to burn” and that “Lindsey’s got the kind of pipes that will peel the paint
of a Cadillac and will make a blind man leave home”. Lindsey and her band, the Lindsey Webster
Band, will be releasing their first record in March of this year under the self-title of Lindsey Webster.