Honey-toned voice, enviable range, uniquely identifiable sound: That’s Lindsey Webster. The sultry young singer and composer grew up in an artist community, the daughter of loving hippie parents, in Woodstock NY, listening to her parent’s Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles and Elvis Costello LPs. Influenced by everyone from Mariah Carey and Gwen Stefani to Steely Dan and Earth Wind and Fire, she once pursued medical school before finally settling on music. Lindsey made history in 2016 with her original ‘Fool Me Once’ from the album ‘You Change’, which was the first vocally driven song to top the Billboard Contemporary Jazz charts since Sade’s ‘Soldier Of Love’ in 2010, beating Sade’s three-week run at #1 with a four-week stay at the top of the chart. Her latest CD, ‘A Woman Like Me’, is certainly a declaration of Lindsey’s evolution as both an artist and woman. ‘I’ve been through a lot of changes in my personal life. I joke and say that I had to finally become an adult when I turned 30,’ she says. The album opens with a Sophisti-pop and Bacharach-tinged track, but also presents a wide range from dreamy as well as R&B/Soul sounds to bluesy vibes.

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