known that I wanted to sing since I was 2 years-old and I haven't stopped
since," admits Lindsey Ridener, a 21 year-old artist from Indiana. Her
audiences have not stopped listening either. Lindsey has charmed crowds from
private parties to ballparks with her deep blues voice and compassionate,
country / pop style. "My high school friends wanted to do cheerleading and
track," Lindsey says with a classic homegrown smile. "I just wanted to
sing in the choir and do all the solos."
Lindsey's love for music is clearly evident in this showcase of her vocal talent
—on her second professionally produced studio recording. This
second CD has been a blast”, ‘I feel so blessed to have worked with such
wonderful talented people” Says Lindsey. There is such a variety of music on
this CD. Lindsey can tantalize and then rock the house with this country
spirited songs Like “Your Coffee’s On The Table” and “This Could Take
All Night” and then bring you to your knees with “Fifteen Dollars And A
Dime”. To top it off with singing her heart out on “A Love Worth Dying
"I've always dreamed of doing this kind of production," Lindsey
admits, "and I don't care if one person or one thousand hears it, as long
as I touch just one soul with my voice, I'll be happy." Let Lindsey's voice
touch you and you will hear why she's never stopped singing...
is getting Country radio airplay across the
, listen to "In A Blink Of An Eye Love You". That is climbing the US
Charts. If you haven’t heard “In
A Blink Of AN Eye Love You” Call
Your Local Country Radio Station and request it.
on this artist!
Lindsey Ridener -
Album review by Cheryl Harvey Hill
After listening to Faith, the newest album by the beautiful Lindsey Ridener, it's a safe bet that she is often told how much she sounds like megastar LeAnn Rimes -- because she does. Ridener's powerful voice and ample vocal range definitely invites, and justifies, the comparison. However, Ridener's alluring delivery exhibits a depth of sophistication that takes it to another level and gives each song a unique stamp as she effortlessly wraps her voice around the lyrics.
Ridener says she has wanted to sing since she was two years old and the vivacity she has for music is clearly apparent on this album. Whether she is belting out the rockin', harmonica driven, "Your Coffee's on the Table" or bringing you to tears in the impassioned ballad "A Love Worth Dying For." In this day when many artists rely on videos to get across the message of a song, Ridener only needs to sing for you to visualize the lyrics. She maneuvers the musical and emotional scales with equal ease and demonstrates a vocal range that is impressive without ever being forced.
I was disappointed to see that this album only contains five songs but as I reached out to hit the replay button, a well-known entertainment cliché came to mind, "always leave 'em wanting more." If that was the intent of Ridener then her strategy is as impressive and brilliant as her incredible voice and we all know how powerful a little
Faith can be.
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