About Lyndsey Highlander
While she grew up with a prolific body of Country music, Lyndsey couldn’t help but indulge in all genres. She pulls from the foundation of her musical influences from three strong, powerful women: Patsy Cline, Bonnie Raitt and Aretha Franklin. The combination of theses major female artists created the perfect drive and inspiration for Lyndsey’s songwriting and career. With a heart that melts with the honesty of Patsy, a soul that longs for Aretha’s melodies, and a body that can’t help but rock with Bonnie, Lyndsey is the perfect explosive mixture of the three. She also draws drive from multi-platinum Grammy Award-winning artist Beyonce. Similar to to Mrs. Knowles, Lyndsey strives to empower women while walking the line between her roots as a southern girl, and her spirit, which radiates an intriguing, sensual confidence.
Ultimately, Lyndsey undoubtedly has a style all her own, powered by massive vocal chops, soothing falsettos, and intimate story telling. As a live performer, Lyndsey has been known to mingle with the audience, firing up the crowd and melting their hearts with verses as impressive as her colossal bridges. Lyndsey comments, “Performing is indescribable, it’s God’s natural high… I love the music, I love the fans, I love absolutely everything about it!”
Soon after Lyndsey made the move to Nashville, she entered into a competition at the infamous Wildhorse Saloon, battling to become a regular house band. While performing, Lyndsey caught the attention of established talent agent, Jeff Howard, and was signed to APA Talent agency. “Trying to contain Lyndsey on stage would be like trying to lasso a tornado,” said Jeff. “Her performances are raw, energetic, sometimes uncontrollable and best observed in their beautiful natural state. She’s focused, but explodes with true talent.”
Recently making her national television debut on RFD-TV and landing a national sponsorship and ad campaign with the world’s largest manufacturer of farm and ranch equipment, TARTER, Lyndsey is making a name for herself in Nashville as an artist to watch. Lyndsey’s self-penned song, “Hard Work” was featured in TARTER’s commercial/music video starring Lyndsey and Ann Tarter and quickly made its home on GAC. The leading music industry trade magazine, CMA Close Up, also featured Lyndsey in the “Debut Artist Spotlight” spread.
The music video for “Flower’s Ain’t Gonna Fix This” from Lyndsey’s debut EP You Can’t Stop Me is currently live on CMT.com and ZUUS Country. After a warm response from her CMA Fest 2013 performances, Lyndsey is set to sing the National Anthem at the popular Riverfront stage as well as perform a set at the Chevy Roadhouse stage at CMA Fest 2014.
Look for the entire You Can’t Stop Me EP available on iTunes, Amazon and all respected online retailers.
"Lyndsey is a true talent that has as much passion for music as she does talent. Her energy and swagger allow her audience to not only listen but experience her songs. This is an artist you dont want to miss!" -Kenneth Duncan (SESAC Songwriter)
“Lyndsey Highlander makes life better. Whether youre watching and listening to her onstage or just hanging out, she draws you into the richness of a life full of passion and the celebration of good things. And the coolest thing is that she wants you to share it with her! She writes hits, has a superstar voice and entertains with a heart wide open. Its a delightful rush to be around Lyndsey. Give me more!" -Dan Keen (Former Vice-President of ASCAP)
“They say big things come in small packages, and Lyndsey Highlander definitely lives up to that statement. The vocal power that comes from such a small frame is truly amazing. She puts her heart and soul into her performances, always striving (and succeeding) to give our crowds what they came for!” -Kara Edwards (Entertainment Manager at the World-Renowned Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, TN)
“Lyndsey Highlander is a true joy to work with. Lyndsey also has one of the most positive attitudes of anyone I have met in this business. Lyndsey has great energy on stage, whether she is performing an acoustic set or a full band performance.” -Jill Moody (Production Manager at the World-Renowned Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, TN)