Linq | Change the Picture, George!

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Change the Picture, George!

by Linq

Linq attacks the status quo with the sharpness of a stiletto. Political folk/rock at its best.
Genre: Folk: Political
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CHANGE THE PICTURE, GEORGE! by LINQ is a 2-song enhanced CD with video that attacks the status quo with the sharpness of a stiletto. Linq pulls no punches as she challenges us to look at the roots of hatred and prejudice to gain insight toward a more peaceful world, and she also provides an Orwellian wake-up call complete with an ACCOMPANYING VIDEO in CDr format that can be viewed by computer.

“The A-Team” (June Millington on lead guitar, Jean Millington on bass, and Lee Madeloni, Janelle Burdell and Leo Adamian on drums) joined Linq in the studio to provide the perfect background for these heartfelt political statements. June Millington produced the project at IMAeast and joined Linq in the accompanying video.

"Her lyrics challenge listeners the way that Michael Moore challenges viewers." Ann Forcier, Arts and Entertainment/The Recorder Greenfield, MA July 5, 2007

"Your creations are a breath of organic fresh air in the singer-songwriter world today. I'm very impressed." Kate Kulas, host/producer of Rainbow Connection-The Music Mix, KUMD Duluth, MN March 2007

“You might call Linq a modern-day protest singer.” Guy-Michael Grande, Ear Candy/the Chronicle Middletown, CT December 2006

"Your new video is ridiculously awesome. I love it. I've been sharing it with lots of friends. From metal head rockers to metal mouth teenie boppers to Sally the bopper, the reviews are rave...Tomorrow me and gram will watch it while she eats her oatmeal!!" Ethan Stone, musician and producer of Tool Town Live concert series


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Kay

cutting edge political statements!
Where has this passionate songwriter been, and why isn't she all over the radio? These songs resonate strongly in today's political climate. Change the Picture reminds me of 1960's protest music, and George Orwell Where Are You is a chilling statement that sounds a little like some of Laurie Anderson's music. I look forward to hearing more from Linq!