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Lindsay Weidmann

With an amazingly captivating voice, personable, thought-provoking lyrics, and a wonderfully engaging live performance, Lindsay Weidmann is the songwriter to watch in the Rocky Mountain area. Lindsay began her musical maturation at Colorado College with a BA in music, her primary instrument being voice. With study and training in the genres of Opera, Musical Theater, and Jazz, there is little of Lindsay’s vocal range and style that hasn’t been explored and mastered. Despite having the ability to pursue any of these avenues, folk music was always what pulled at her heartstrings. And so she began writing and performing her own music after college. Songwriting was an exciting transition for Weidmann, who has been writing poetry since she was a child. Her deep seated sense of rhythm in language is evident in her lyrics. Musically, she soaks in inspiration provided by her Gibson J-45 and produces a simple, rhythmic, soulful delivery. The early influence of Joni Mitchell, John Denver, and Indigo Girls captured Lindsay’s allegiance to producing personable and reflective songs. Many have been composed on a porch at sunset or at least are intended to give that impression. Songsmiths like Patty Griffin, Martin Sexton, Patty Larkin, and Greg Brown impacted her songwriting maturation. Lindsay’s love-affair with simple pleasures and continuous investigation of the human experience promise the music of a storyteller?s evening. Lindsay is currently playing venues all over Colorado. You can buy her first album, WHAT ELSE HAVE I BEEN MISSING, by e-mailing her at

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