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Lindsey Wilson’s sound and style is diverse ranging from bossa nova jazz to 70’s nostalgic folk pop music. Her lead and background vocal chemistry has fused with a number of talented bands and producers such as Quite Frankly, Derby, The Savage Juliet, singer/songwriter Mary Edwards, Robb Scott and Contraband. With these groups, she has performed at New York City's hottest venues such as CBGBs, The Mercury Lounge, Elbow Room, Lion’s Den, Baggott Inn, Groove, Sine’, The Living Room, Arlene’s Grocery, Coda, and The Cutting Room. She has also contributed her original music for a soap opera series called Brookenya produced by Community Theatre International. Lindsey’s theatrical/film experience extends to performing with comedienne/writer Emmy Gay, Cinemagic Productions, Mass Transit Theater, and the Urban Youth Movement. She also worked as assistant music director for the theater production “Through the Fire” by actor/director Shawn Love, to which she was pleased to perform her original compositions for that production.

Lindsey also can attribute her songwriting talents to a number of film scores for filmmaker and director Theresa Brown of Cinemagic Production.

Currently, Lindsey and guitarist/percussionist Jon Diaz are developing an acoustic jazz vocal collaboration called Timejumper scheduled to perform throughout the city by early 2005. She is in the studio now putting the finishing touches on her debut album The Day of Night due out in the New Year!

Jon Diaz has worked in a variety of musical styles. As a guitarist Jon has played with The Peter Stewart band, The Del Vikings, Grey Zone, Tom Rossi, Abby Cahn, Douglas Baldwin, Ellen Cross, Liv Cummins, Where’s My Angel, Vera Beren’s Psycho Geisha and Robert Fripp and the League of Crafty Guitarists. As a composer he has written music for director/actress Shawn Love’s “Through the fire”, Concrete Temples “When They Ate Dirt”, director/actress Katie Takahashi’s “The Ninja Project”. Jon along with Vera Beren make up The Drone Twins, which have composed music for choreographer Caron Eule. There composition “Ritual” was used in the 2003 elan awards honoring choreographer Rob Marshall. Jon is currently co-producing a collection of songs by singer/songwriter Lindsey Wilson.