Posted in Lindsay White's Blog on February 01, 2012 by LIndsay White
We are so excited to announce that we are featured on the cover of this month's San Diego Troubadour, accompanied by a fantastic article written by Lizzie Wann. In it, she writes about our love, our music, our struggles, our triumphs, and our new made-up language! What's not to love? Also, this article marks the announcement of our new album's name, which means it's really (finally) happening!
Posted in Lindsay White's Blog on December 04, 2011 by LIndsay White
Posted in Lindsay White's Blog on December 03, 2011 by LIndsay White
Posted in Lindsay White's Blog on November 28, 2011 by LIndsay White
Just a quick note to let you know The Lovebirds were mentioned in a review from AMD Entertainment about last October's Feeding the Soul Foundation benefit at the House of Blues. It was definitely one of the best shows The Lovebirds have played to date, and we're so honored to be mentioned in the same breath (or paragraph I guess) as talents like Paul Cannon, Raining Jane and Jason Mraz. Thanks so much to Feeding the Soul Foundation & Olive PR Solutions for inviting us into this wonderful group of people! Be sure to check out upcoming events from Feeding the Soul Foundation - they are the best!
Give her a soul mate and a major key. This is Lindsay White in love. In this duo, Lindsay is joined by her partner & San Diego Music Award-winner Veronica May. You may be tempted to compare them to the Indigo Girls, but that’s gay. Their music is more closely related in style to other duos like The Weepies or She & Him. The Lovebirds will ...
The Forget Me Nots
Rewind the clock and put her hair in pin curls. This is Lindsay White in an antique store. Inspired by an old National Guitar that Lindsay inherited from her grandpa, SDMA Winner Veronica May formed The Forget Me Nots after writing a slew of vintage-sounding tunes. Other members include Allegra Barley, Kristine Vandenberg, Jeffrey Joe, Woody Barley, and Alex Zander. The Forget Me Nots keep...
Lindsay & the White Lies
Plug her in and turn her up. This is Lindsay White on performance-enhancing drugs. Joined by guitarist Steve Nichols, bassist James Staton and drummer Joel Mendoza, Lindsay & the White Lies give Lindsay’s acoustic songs the rock treatment. Their latest notable venue was the House of Blues Main Stage. Lindsay & the White Lies frequently perform...