Lindy Lee performs a wide variety of songs and genres that appeal to audiences of all ages. A typical concert features the unforgettable music of Patsy Cline and Linda Ronstadt. Toss in Miranda Lambert, Cher, Pat Benatar, Jennifer Nettles and others. Lindy Lee covers dozens of top songs. Her standards include, “Different Drum”, “Poor, Poor Pitiful Me”, “Crazy”, and “If You’ve Got Leaving on Your Mind.” Don’t be fooled by a focus on country, Lindy Lee loves the 70’s.
Lindy Lee has performed at a wide range of venues including the Prescott Opry, race tracks, resorts in Couer d’Alene, Idaho and venues as far away as Cairns, Australia, where she hooked up with a local band and spontaneously thrilled a crowd of more than 700 people. She has performed on stage with Terry Furlong of the Grass Roots and Skip Jones from Canned Heat among others. Lindy Lee has been inspired by hundreds of artists, but says listening to Dolly Parton taught her the magic of making people feel like you’re just sitting on the front porch together.
Lindy Lee is happily married. She races cars, skis downhill, rides motorcycles and horses, but her premiere passion remains music and entertaining audiences. Lindy Lee says, “touching people deeply, seeing their emotions, and sharing those emotions, that’s what performing is all about. The perfect event is not about the performer, it’s about making people feel special.”
That perspective of a strong, confident woman dates back more than half a century to a frightened, fragile child.
As a toddler, music called out to Lindy Lee. She sang from sun up to sundown as her twin sister constantly pleaded for quiet. Lindy Lee was drawn to tunes that made her feel happy. Childhood was not easy. Growing up Lindy Lee’s life was like a hard, tough country western song. Music provided escape into a world where day dreaming and positive thoughts replaced daily troubles and hurt.
Today, music remains a form of escape. Lindy Lee often spends hours alone in her home studio in Scottsdale, Arizona, listening, learning, and evolving as an artist as she adds her own touch, feel and style to her favorite songs. A lifetime has taught her how to share these musical moods with audiences creating joy, smiles and laughter.
Music has always made Lindy Lee happy. Today, the music of Lindy Lee is making other people happy.