Lindsey Wilson is a NYC singer-songwriter with a flare for nostalgia with her
memorable mix of 70's style urban folk rock and conscious lyrics. Lindsey has been
privileged to perform at the French Embassy in Washington, DC, the BMCC Tribeca
Performing Arts Center, the renowned Joe’s Pub, and many other respectable
performance venues in New York City.
Throughout her musical career, Wilson has embraced issues of the heart and mind within
her original music. Love songs, protest tunes and lyrics of empowerment have all been a
true representation of her style and sensibilities. Her songs “Stand for the People” and
the “People Shall Rise” have caught the attention of culturally diverse audiences
throughout the states.
Lindsey Wilson's influences stem from a myriad of musically conscious voices such as Odetta,
Richie Havens, Joni Mitchell, and Joan Armatrading. However, Lindsey's
message is truly her own. As a strong supporter of her community. Lindsey has worked
as a Board member for Kupanda Sisters, Inc. and currently employed as a Career Coach
at Eckerd Connects, a non-profit organization serving young adults and their families
along the East coast. She recently travelled to Guyana, South America as the Executive
Music Director for Kupanda Sisters, Inc. While there, she facilitated musical
empowerment workshops for children.
Lindsey Wilson is happy to share her "Healing through Motivational Music" platform to
support those who are plagued with life's challenges. Lindsey sees music as an elixir for
the soul. It's time to DRINK UP and be empowered to take on the new world to come
through music and song!