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Lindee Link

Lucky Lindee is what her Father, a professional pilot, calls her. Lindee Link was named after Charles Lindbergh and like him, is criss-crossing the world in airplanes as she embarks on a promising singing career. Lindee first took control of a microphone at the age of six when she was asked to perform at Fort Belknap in West Texas during their annual Fourth of July celebration. From that day forward, she knew she had found her calling. Lindee honed her voice and performance skills with voice lessons, singing with her church choir and in school plays. She landed her first professional gig at the tender age of eight as a session artist for the Veggie Tales CD series. For four years, Lindee was part of the ensemble whose voices can be heard on millions of children’s CDs. Lindee’s next break came with an assignment for Music Theater International where she was contracted to sing in The Disney Collection – Alice in Wonderland, 101 Dalmations, Aristocats and Sleeping Beauty, are among the titles Lindee is featured on. After working in studios for over five years, Lindee yearned to get back on stage and sing to a live crowd. Her Mother took her to audition for a local Atlanta church band when she was just 11 years old and they immediately hired her to be the lead singer. As the front girl for Lighthouse, Lindee was singing live shows every weekend for over a year. Not only was Lindee perfecting her performing skills, she was also budding as a songwriter. From telling the story of her move from Dallas to Atlanta in “New Kid in Town” to her growing success in the music business in “Fairytale”, Lindee had been secretly documenting her life in song since she was ten years old. The time soon came for Lindee to professionally record her original work and under the guidance of Doug Beiden of Jump 5 fame and Dale Richardson, an accomplished singer in her own right, Lindee laid down seven tracks, five of which she penned herself. It was at a Delta Airlines corporate party that Lindee’s CD, “New Kid In Town”, was debuted in front of 3,000 people. Her performance at the release party led to more engagements with Delta including her own radio show on the airlines’ audio feed called “Link Up! with Lindee Link”. And Delta was just the start of corporate attention for Lindee. Build a Bear Workshops and Kohl’s Department stores followed suit and currently air Lindee’s music on their in-store audio systems nationwide. Lindee Link might be the “New Kid In Town” but she is becoming more popular everyday singing the national anthem at Atlanta Braves games and opening for the likes of Disney recording artist Raven Symone. If you’re lucky like Lindee, you might just catch a glimpse of her before she jets off to her next gig.