He Said/She Said Tour
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Jessica Lindsey-"the one that got away" March 2008
Stephanie Pilypaitis- "Stephanie Pilypaitis" November 2006
Tim Wildsmith- "A New Morning" October 2007
"Hummingbird EP" April 2008



The He Said/She Said Tour is the venture of three Omaha based musicians: Jessica Lindsey, Stephanie Pilypaitis, and Tim Wildsmith. Fresh sound. Raw Lyrics. Passionate Vocals. Three characteristics that run as a common thread through these acoustic staples in the Omaha/Council Bluffs region. With an honest, transparent look at relationships, love, and life, these three are sure to affect the way you look at several areas of your own life.


Jessica Lindsey- "the one that got away"
Jessica Lindsey started to entertain audiences with her singing while still a young girl in front of a variety of crowds in the Chicagoland area. Her talent as a singer has been recognized repeatedly with numerous accolades and awards for her performances. Most recently Jessica was nominated as "Acoustic Artist of the Year" by Indieheaven from Nashville. Jessica has always followed her dream and gift of song. She has incorporated her passion for singing with formal training in voice, getting her Bachelors in Music Performance with an emphasis in voice.

Along the way, her strength as a songwriter has blossomed with a string of heart and soul gripping titles. Jessica has now broken beyond her singing prowess with an offering of newly written original songs that will engage her audience with a wide range of emotions.

Jessica’s lyrics are filled with an engaging blend of emotions that take her audience on a wonderful journey through the human condition. These are combined with a rich mixture of melodies sure to hold your heart while you listen.

Jessica just released her debut album titled, "The one that got away" in March 2008. She has received several outstanding reviews with the release of this album: "Lindsey is a singer-songwriter whose soaring piano-based ballads and pop songs are backed by an all-star local band on the disc. Her sound straddles the fence of mainstream and indie, and comparisons to early Sarah McLachlan, Tori Amos and Imogen Heap are inevitable."
Marq Manner - City Weekly

Stephanie Pilypaitis- "Stephanie Pilypaitis"
Stephanie Pilypaitis stands at a petite 5’4, but her voice would never admit to that. Her passionate melodies and thoughtful lyrics will find you days after you’ve heard them; it’s not only her interesting last name that makes her hard to forget. She released her first EP in November 06, which was recorded at Empty House Studio...recording a full-length CD is next on her list... Stephanie currently plays mostly solo shows, but she is more often appearing with a full band these days! You can easily find her booked around Omaha, but expect to see some national dates starting this fall... You’ll find all kinds of music on her Ipod, but you might be able to tell that her sound is deeply inspired by folk and rock artists. If you have the opportunity to hear Stephanie perform, her hope is that you would feel a little bit lighter, a little bit more alive, by the end of night...

Tim Wildsmith- "A New Morning"
Raw sound and honest lyrics are the key ingredients in the songs from alternative pop newcomer Tim Wildsmith. The Omaha-based artist’s "A New Morning" is a refreshing mix of alternative rock and melodic pop that draws comparisons to the likes of Ryan Adams, Damien Rice, and Aqualung.

Wildsmith is quickly gaining fans and garnering critical acclaim, already becoming a staple in the Omaha music scene. He led the pack with four Omaha Entertainment Award nominations in 2007, and his song "Recovery" was added to the indie compilation project Born After Vinyl.

In 2008 Wildsmith hit the ground running, opening shows for legends like Richard Marx and Nanci Griffith. In the spring he released Hummingbird EP, a collection of stripped down acoustic songs, and joined the "You Are Home" tour with indie favorite Levi Weaver.

Listeners are sure to be drawn in by Wildsmith's natural stage presence and self-deprecating humor, but once he starts to sing the games are over. His lyrics are incredibly vulnerable, many of them telling the stories of trying to recover from a broken heart. He invites you in to take a peak at his soul, and there you find an overflow of raw emotion.

"I like to think that people are getting more that they bargained for with me," says Wildsmith. "At first glance I might seem like a fluffy pop artist, but there's something else lying just beneath the surface. That's what I want people to see."