Lyndzie Taylor
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Lyndzie Taylor

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The best kept secret in music



Lyndzie's voice ranges from the sweet and sensitive to a powerful, attitude laced ballad that shreds the image of a typical 16 year old girl. Insightful and catchy, denying her talent only displays ignorance. I eagerly anticipate what Lyndzie will produce in the future.
- Josh Churnick


June 2001 - 3 Song Demo. Songs Include: "Just Like You", "Running Away", "Sincerity" (Produced by Clif Magness)

June 2003 - Independent Acoustic EP - "Sratch Paper: An Acoustic Prologue"

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In a world of recycled, formulaic pop songs, there is a forgotten place deep in the woods of art and love and rock and roll. This is where you will find Lyndzie Taylor. Forget pink tube tops and dance routines, Lyndzie is the real deal. She is not only a girl and her guitar, but also a girl with an unceasing passion for one thing: music.

If Alanis Morrisette, Gwen Stefani and the Go Go's got together and jammed, the music might sound a little like Lyndzie. Add a touch of Michelle Branch and a little bit of the Goo Goo Dolls and you have a slight taste of Lyndzie's remarkable live acoustic show. Whether behind a band or just her guitar, Lyndzie's powerful voice rocks every venue she plays.

Singing and writing from a young age, Lyndzie, now sixteen years old, is already a seasoned songwriter. Some would describe her gift as "Youthful Maturity", but Lyndzie believes that art is art no matter what the age of the creator. Evidently, it is effective to start creating the art as early as possible. Lyndzie has already received multiple songwriting awards with the Northern California Songwriter's Association as well as local and Internet-wide recognition for her music, including spotlights and chart topping positions at and Lyndzie has been frequently recognized and interviewed by online fanzines across the web, and has shared the stage with acclaimed songwriters such as Edie Carey and Rachel Sage, as well as IndieGrrl Founder Holly Figueroa. She performed her first national music industry showcase at the 2002 EAT'M Conference in Las Vegas, NV. In April of 2003 she was selected for the Compilation CD Volume IV and performed at the CD release party for a crowd of over 600. She has also been selected as a featured artist in, and she performs frequently all over Colorado.

Rock songs with a pop sensibility are what you'll hear while listening to Lyndzie Taylor. You might also be able describe it as pop songs with a rock edge. Either way, Lyndzie's music is so widely palatable that it exceeds the boundaries of genres. A nice balance is given with her insightful lyrics and pop hooks, so as not to alienate the varying tastes of listeners. Every song tells a story, drawing you in, making you wonder what is going on in her mind.

If you ever thought that every teenager was shallow and immature, then Lyndzie has something to tell you. Her music is a wake up call to the youth of America, proving that being beautiful does not mean taking your clothes off; it means exposing your true self, flaws and all.