Lindsay Latimer

“There are few people with such a lovely presence as hers… As an import to Nashville from Ohio, she grew up in the beautiful surroundings of her family and living life outside. Her classical training, forced piano lessons, and inspiration from her favorites like Patty Griffin, Joni Mitchell, and Carole King, have made her an incredibly talented well rounded musician and songwriter.”

— Kassie Dyes, The Maker's Post

Raised in the woods of Ohio, a curious and explorative spirit was engrained in Lindsay at a young age. That spirit has only grown deeper as she has grown, and it is that spirit that has inspired her to pursue a life of music. She knew from a young age that she had something to say, so she took advantage of her gift for singing and her freedom of speech and began to write her own music.

As the daughter of an oil painter, creativity and ingenuity came freely at home. Reciting poems in regional speech meets and taking creative writing classes at a young age later played a vital role as well. When the opportunity came to study voice performance in college and to continue that dream, it was a no-brainer. A move to Nashville afforded Lindsay the opportunity to study voice at Belmont University and Lipscomb University, during which she took full advantage of the opportunity to write songs of her own in practice rooms - even when she was supposed to be memorizing her recital arias. Classical training never felt so good. [+]
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