Linq winds her way through a guitar-driven collection of folk/rock songs that touch upon love and loss, friendship, and political issues. Her fans have compared her to Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Melissa Etheridge, and Sarah McLachlan among others, but in fact her vocals are her own unique sound. Her backup musicians bring her songs to a new level and include June Millington (Fanny, Slammin' Babes), Jean Millington (Fanny, Slammin' Babes), Julie Wolf (Ani DiFranco), Michaelle Goerlitz (Wild Mango), Janelle Burdell (Slammin' Babes), Lee Madeloni (Slammin' Babes),Loren Weisman (Alan Marcus Band), and Ellen Clegg (Found Sounds). From the bare, folky fingerpicking of Wolf and Dove, to the classic rock sound of Ready For Love, to the psychedelic 60's sound of Rock and Roll Woman, she'll take you on a journey that you don't want to miss. And... her razor sharp statements on discrimination (Don't You Understand) and war (War Machine) speak for themselves.
LINQ, "... a songwriter whose life is a magnet for the kind of serendipitous events a critic would disbelieve were you to fictionalize them for a novel or movie."
A. Forcier, Arts and Entertainment, Greenfield Recorder,
JOURNEY "... in just  minutes and 14 cuts, manages to artfully articulate opinions on some of the most important and controversial issues facing society today." "Everything about 'Journey' is professional quality. The cover art, photography and graphic design of the lyrics insert make a positive first impression. The technical mastering is top notch. Combined with the magical combination of instruments and voices, 'Journey' will sell and sell big once it receives the exposure it deserves."
Mary Barclay, Athol Daily News 9/3/05
"JOURNEY is a stellar showcase of a singer-songwriter coming into her own."
Craig Semon, Montachusett T&G/Worcester Telegram 8/25/05
JOURNEY “Wow, so many great songs on it. Really like ‘Don’t You Understand’, great guitar and vocals on ‘Ready For Love’, getting into ‘Rock and Roll Woman’…”
June Caldwell, Bryan Farrish Radio Promotion
"HER MUSIC is stirring, the words poetic, and the pictures filled with symbolism. The CD is the first step of a long journey, and Linq is on solid ground tapping into her personal tragedy and triumphs to find her art."
D. Durling, Winchendon Courier 4/14/05
"STRONG, unfaltering, and on a new journey, singer/songwriter Linq is opening her music up to the national scene and educating those who hear it on political and spiritual issues and issues facing the gay and lesbian community."
Diversions / the Recorder 4/7/05
JOURNEY "13 powerful tracks" "With each song, you learn more of Lincoln's own personal journey, her setbacks and disappointments, and her convictions."
Paula Owen, Quabbin Valley Voices February 2005
JOURNEY "The results are impressive." "The CD pretty much runs the gamut of emotions, and the emotions are all Lincoln's. What's nice is that Linq's voice matches the feeling she is striving to communicate in each song. No one can possibly claim that ‘all these songs sound the same’; each song is refreshingly unique."
Greg Vine, Athol Daily News 9/2/04