She was born on the Westbank of the Mississippi River, just outside of New Orleans, to a couple of musicians -- a Baptist music minister and a humble piano teacher. It's no surprise that she, too, grew up to be a musician with the same fearless spirit as her hometown. Meet Lindsey Bryant.
Since her beginnings in New Orleans, Lindsey's "growing up" continued in northern Georgia, eastern Tennessee, and a country-loving town in Louisiana called West Monroe. It was there that the sheltered, Gospel music lover was introduced to country music for the first time, and she was hooked.
Her family stayed in Louisiana until 2006, when they relocated to Orlando, Florida. With a new city, a new school, and a new outlook, the then-high schooler established a new hobby: songwriting. This hobby caught the attention of a Christian recording artist who offered her a job as a touring backing vocalist. She quickly fell in love with performing, and when she wasn't on the road, Lindsey could be found entertaining thousands at Walt Disney World, dancing in front of Cinderella's Castle and even lending her singing voice to Ariel, Peter Pan's Wendy Darling, and Cinderella herself.
In 2011, Lindsey began a songwriting partnership with two other artists in Orlando. With a shared appreciation for our country's armed forces, the trio wrote and released a benefit album for servicemen and women and began toured around military bases in Europe. They went on to release a pop-country EP, and Lindsey and her trio had the opportunity to perform as an opening act for Montgomery Gentry and the Eli Young Band, as well as singing in venues like Orlando's Amway Arena and Boston's Fenway Park.
Once realized, though, some dreams lead to new dreams. So now Lindsey looks ahead to her next and best chapter -- a solo career in country music. Partnering with some of Nashville's finest songwriters and Grammy-winning producer Pete Stewart, she's ready to make waves as a new face and a new voice in country music.