Far from the business conglomerates, flashing advertisements and pop culture of the world as we know it, is one girl with a voice that seeks out the honesty of a dirt road, a borrowed sweater and a moonlit life. Lindsey Czechowicz, a new acoustic driven folk singer-songwriter on the New England scene seeks to say it all with her voice, a guitar and a few songs.
Czechowicz, a Wisconsin native and former Chicago area performer, charms audiences with her instantly colorful and vivid, yet mellow voice. Greatly influenced by truths she sees in nature, Czechowicz has an intense desire to be authentic with both her songwriting and her life.
"I want to live a simple life. The more things we have and fill our life with the more complicated things get and less focused we are on what really matters", said Czechowicz.
At 23, Czechowicz sees and writes about issues beyond her years with an endearingly innocent view. Her songwriting has been strengthened by time spent during her senior year in college at the invitation-only Contemporary Music Center (CMC) on Marthas Vineyard. The CMC is the nations only artists colony exclusively for up-and-coming musicians and music industry executives. She was awarded a four-month residency at the CMC, where she wrote, recorded, performed and perfected a style, already well tested by touring and performances in various venues throughout the country.
"In the future, I see myself traveling to different cities, always seeing new faces, exposing the authenticity of my music to give somebody something to relate to. Because where there is authenticity, there is hope", Czechowicz said.
Lindsey is currently living on Martha's Vineyard playing locally and has recently finished recording her new EP, Down to the Inside.