Rebecca Lindsey

Rebecca Lindsey

BandCountrySinger/Songwriter

KCNY - Y-107FM: "On the 4th of July" is getting between 8 and 14 spins per week on our station, our listeners are requesting it as well. Rebecca's fantastic vocal abilities along with her incredible marketability make for a very nice "Package" in today's music industry. Brian Austin P.D.

Biography

Biography
Vocal Training
Along with the Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill, Christina Aguilera, and Tim McGraw, Rebecca has studied the training methodology of vocal coach Renee Grant-Williams.

Synopsis
Recently winning the award for New Country Star "Female Vocalist for November 2006", Rebecca Lindsey is becoming one of the most recognizable figures in Country music. A trained singer/ songwriter since she was 10, Rebecca has continually set the bar for excellence in performance and song writing.

Rebecca's debut CD Headlights on the Highway is scheduled for release in January 2007. Rebecca is also an active member of BMI and the American Federation of Musicians.

Endorsements
"I Will Be", a featured track on the soon-to-be release debut CD, was chosen by The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (visit http://www.ncadv.org) to represent the organization's effort to "Keep Every Home A Safe Home".

"I am so honored that I Will Be has been endorsed by the NCADV. As a survivor of domestic violence, I know what a comforting effect music can have. My prayer for those of you who may need strength to leave a bad situation is that you are inspired and empowered to take action and really 'see yesterday is gone' and that you are not alone. May God bless all of you and keep you safe." - Rebecca

Another song which demonstrates a woman's triumph over adversity is the Headlights on the Highway track "While You Were Sleeping". This song as well as the entire album is endorsed by U-Haul. "Rebecca is honorably using her singing talent to raise awareness and support" states Joanne Fried, Director of Media and Public Relations for U-Haul International, Inc.

Interviews/Meetings
Since finishing her debut album, Ms. Lindsey has received favorable response within the industry, and has recently had positive meetings with RCA, as well as Broken Bow and Warner Brothers-Nashville record labels.

Rebecca was also recently interviewed by Country Home and Music 75. On Music 75, she was nominated as "Artist of the Week". Rebecca was previously recognized and interviewed as an "Up and Coming Artist" in HEET Country magazine in May 2002 and was also nominated and featured around that time again in Burningcountry's "The People's Choice Show Case" 2003. Rebecca was also a featured artist in February 2005 in Countrystarsonline who have featured other artists such as Martina McBride, Keith Urban and Trick Pony.

In October 2006, Rebecca was delighted to serve as a motivational guest speaker in New York City for the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Virgin Records, several media outlets, as well as "The Red Jump Suit Apparatus" were all guests at the event. Rebecca was the only performer representing country music, and provided the crowd with a stirring account of her own struggles and triumphs over domestic violence.

Rebecca has been interviewed by PAX TV, Orlando Fox 35, Orlando Matters, and the syndicated NBC show "Daytime".

National Events
On November 11, 2006, Rebecca performed at the "Eternal Monument Light Ceremony" in New York City for the Veteran's Day Parade representing U-Haul. The Mayor of New York, dignitaries, 20,000 participants and 750,000 spectators turned out. This was a tremendous media event. After the ceremony, Rebecca and her band performed songs from her album in the Parade on the First Lincoln Mortgage float.

Rebecca will also be on HBO's "From Broadway to Baghdad" giving tribute to the troops in Iraq as well as performing four of her songs from her debut album on the video.

Airplay/Recording
Prior to recording Headlights on the Highway, Ms. Lindsey released two singles, "My Man" and "You Got Me", both of which charted over seas. Rebecca's song that she wrote and sang, "My Man", is currently being played on France's Music Box Radio 92.8 FM and is also playing worldwide on web radio.

Rebecca's latest release, "On the Fourth of July" was engineered by EMI's Chris Latham and has been getting radio play in Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, Florida, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, California as well as Texas and on Lexington Broadcasting.com. "On the Fourth of July" is also presently being played in over a thousand radio stations world-wide. Rebecca was most recently interviewed by Lexington Broadcasting.com with Steve Martin as well as WBTN AM with Rich Ryder, Y107 FM with Brian Austin, NIXA on XRadio and she was featured in The TIKI Lounge magazine and graced the cover of The TIKI Lounge in June 2006.

Rebecca has been working with Charlie Craig as her Producer, whose credits include songs recorded by Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt, Johnny Cash, Aaron Tippin and George Strait, plus many others. Charlie has also won a Grammy nomination and was nominated for Song of the Year for "She's Single Again", sang by Reba McEntire and was co-written with Peter McCann in 1986. Charlie also wrote "Wanted" in 1991, co-written with Alan Jackson, who recorded t

Discography

1) "Cowboys Never do it that Way" - Streaming and received radio play
2) "While You Were Sleeping" - Is endorsed by U-Haul as well as received streaming and radio air play
3) "Hanging on Hope" received air play on Lan Chile Airlines, Bangkok Airlines, Delta Airlines and AIR FORCE ONE.
4) "I Will Be" is endorsed by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) as well as received streaming and radio air play
5) "On the Fourth of July": Rebecca opened for Mayor Bloomberg in NYC with her debut single. "On the Fourth of July" is being played nationally in 2100 radio and Internet stations.

Set List

Headlights
While You Were Sleeping
Landslide (Dixie Chicks)
On the 4th of July
Everything But Lying
What’s in it for me (Faith Hill)
Straight to the Bone
Hanging on Hope
I Will Be
If You’re Gonna Leave
Can’t go Back (Jovi/Nettles)
Cowboys Never do it that Way
Cry Me A River
When I think about angels (Jamie O’Neal)
Headlights
While You Were Sleeping
There will come a day (Faith Hill)
On the Fourth Of July
Everything But Lying
Born to Fly (Sara Evans)
Hanging on Hope
I hope you dance (LeAnn Womack)
I will be
If You’re Gonna Leave
Straight to the Bone
On the Fourth of July