Lindsay White

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BIO: You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll call your therapist. Two-time San Diego Music Award winner Lindsay White's undeniable talent has garnered recognition from prestigious events like the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and Kerrville Folk Festival, as well as from acclaimed publications such as American Songwriter Magazine. Her latest LP, "Lights Out," debuted at #2 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter charts, garnering accolades as the #1 Album of the Year by Global Texan Chronicles and an esteemed SDMA for Best Singer-Songwriter. Subsequent singles have also charted on iTunes and earned her additional nominations at the San Diego Music Awards, including a win for Best Folk/Acoustic Song in 2022.

Beyond her musical accomplishments, Lindsay's impact extends to the LGBTQ+ community. She has performed and served as a speaker/panelist at countless queer advocacy events, including a headlining performance at Moab Pride. She was featured on the cover of LGBT Weekly, and recognized her as one of "15 Lesbian/Bi/Queer Musical Artists You Need to Know."

With a gift for earnest storytelling that has the power to heal hearts and tickle funny bones, Lindsay has shared billing with celebrated acts like The Lone Bellow, David Crosby, Steve Poltz, Susanna Hoffs (The Bangles), Raining Jane featuring Jason Mraz, and more.

White is also a writer, whose personal work explores topics including gender, queer identity, mental health, grief advocacy, social justice, and more. In 2022, she debuted Qulyn, a line of paperback journals "for folks with feels." She's currently working on a memoir called "Dead Mom Walking" about the mind-boggling, bed-wetting, gut-wrenching experience of reconciling with her estranged, deceased mother through mediumship.

In the community: 
From 2018-2021 Lindsay White was the founder and lead organizer for Lady Brain Collective, a supportive and collaborative group of local women/nonbinary folks pursuing careers in the arts. Since 2020, she has volunteered with We All We Got SD, a local mutual aid centered on food and social justice.

White relies on support from, Lindsay's Corner, an exclusive community of dedicated friends and fans who always make her journey as an independent artist feel like a group effort.