“I know there are a lot of people here that don’t know who I am, so I try to make sure that first impression is right. It’s very important to me. I’m a huge social fanatic, and spend a lot of time there to have one-on-one connection, so they know I’m an actual human being. People have responded amazingly well.” – Lindsay Ell
Call her a country music sweetie, or any suitable title you would like to give her, she wouldn’t mind because her high passion for music has well rewarded her plus she is a down to earth beauty.
Yes! We are talking about the “female Keith Urban” a.k.a. Canadian country music singer, guitarist and songwriter Lindsay Ell who has been playing piano and guitar since her preschool days thereby developing an own sense of purpose or craze for music. Anyway, she likes to call herself a music nerd.
Her fans praise her not only for her insane guitar skills and promising vocals in her famous love songs like “Trippin on Us” but also for the person she is. It creates positive vibes among audiences when you allocate your precious time to connect with them, and Lindsay understands that.
She cares a lot about people’s love and spends a load of time daily connecting with fans via social networking sites like Twitter and Instagram. One can get more information about the beautiful and talented singer via her official website given in the link below:
This Saturday. See you at @TheRyman!!
— Lindsay Ell (@lindsayell) January 26, 2017
As of 2014, she is a young adult of age 27. Obviously, it’s the age of creating Intimate, loving relationship with other people according to the Erikson Stages of Psychological Development.
Evidently, Lindsay has managed to make good relations with people from the industry as she has shared the stage with various reputed musicians of the world namely Keith Urban, Ronnie Dunn, Gretchen Wilson, Big & Rich, Buddy Guy, Paul Brandt and Chris Issak.
Plus, during 2013- 2014, she got an incredible opportunity to sing along The Band Perry, one of the most famous country music band of this century comprising of three siblings. It was the band most talked about “We are Pioneers World Tour” and being a fan of the band, Lindsey wholeheartedly said yes and later, played in nine different countries in just 30 days with the band.
Another wiki on her professional life can be extracted from Wikipedia’s biography on her.
Unfortunately, there are no rumors in the media regarding her married life, husband, boyfriend, dating or affair. Therefore, it is not known whether she is dating someone or telling someone to “You can’t shut me up.”
Anyway, her 2014’s song Shut Me Up has become #2 Most Added Country Song in the US and the song has proved to be a golden goose for many media campaigns like McDonald’s sponsored Townsquare Media’s multi-genre “Hot Releases” campaign generating them a huge revenue.
“I’m gonna tell your mama what you did, you did / Gonna tell the preacher too / The other girl you’ve been foolin’ foolin’ / Is gonna know how you do / If you need a reminder you’ll be the headliner / Black and white on the front page / Or just come to a show, stand in any row and I’ll be singing it up on the stage.” -Lindsay Ell Shut Me Up, second verse
Nevertheless, the fact that Grammy award winners Zach Crowell, Brett James and Hillary Lindsey were the lyrics of the song, already made the song talk of the town even before its release. Undoubtedly, the song is successful in showing Lindsay dexterity with her guitar and her lead guitar plus vocal skills.
Now, moving on to her sex appeal, she is a hot blonde who can attract your attention like a magnet with her slim hourglass shaped body, big breasts, wide smile, long blonde hair, musical ability and her down-to-earth diva personality.
Also, one of the most amazing facts about her music is that she can even rock complex lyrics with her Les Paul and natural vocals, and that’s hot.
Anyway, her exact height is not known, but it’s probably in the range of 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall. Also, her net worth is not known, but it’s got be high as she is always busy doing tours and shows. Moreover, one can find out how glamorous she is by checking her 2014 CCMA pictures.
Her dressing sense is top of the world.
Writers break……to get in some extra leg lifts.
One can check out those pictures via her Facebook fan page. Moreover, one can connect her via social networking sites like Twitter and Instagram. Her twitter tweet name is @lindsayell, and her Twitter description is given as:
“I sing. I play guitar. I write songs, and love country music. Am a music nerd…and the stage is my happy place.”
Born on 20, March 1989 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, multitalented Lindsay Ell is known as a guitarist who can even compete with big names in the industry despite her young age.
By the age of 6, she was playing piano pretty good and taking hard classical lessons. She was 8 when she switched from piano to guitar, and home practiced songs of an artist like Shania Twain, Chet Atkins, and Tony Rice, and at the age of 15, legend Canadian musician Randy Bachman discovers her.
He gets so impressed with Lindsay that he co-writes and produces Lindsay first album “Consider This” in 2006. Nevertheless, she has a lot of respect for Randy and his musical background. It is true that Randy was the one who insisted her to listen to legends such as Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, and Eric Clapton.
As of 2014, she has two super-hit albums and three singles altogether. Country music lover all over the world are crazy to listen to her, and they dream of the talented singer coming to their town.
Why shouldn’t they be crazy? Lindsay has worked hard for this but not because to gain name and fame but because of her deep love for music.
She says she took a formal lesson for five years and worshiped YouTube for hours as her classical rock solos teacher her early days.
Last but not the least; she is also a multi-dimensional person. Upon getting free time or chance, she likes to be involved in different outdoor activities.
Because she appreciates different genres, her style has been influenced by unforgettable names like John Mayer, Keith Urban, Steve Ray Vaughn, Tommy Emmanuel, Chet Atkins, Buddy Guy, Randy Bachman, Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix.