Graham Lindsey

Graham Lindsey is a performing songwriter, an americana singer of subtle, stark ballads and waltzes of love and murder. A member of the acclaimed "world's youngest punk band" Old Skull at age 12, Lindsey's life is reflected in his music--from big cities to the big empty; New York & New Orleans to the driftless hills of Wisconsin and the mountains of Montana. Lindsey's new album, We Are All Alone In This Together, was released on Spacebar Recordings in November 2008, along with an EP entitled The Mine. Twangville writes, "Lindsey weaves pain, travel and loneliness into a cloth that is stitched together quite strongly with banjo, acoustic guitar, fiddle, a bit of pedal steel and his smoother-than-Dylan, Dylan-esque vocals." Famous Anonymous Wilderness, a debut collection of punk-influenced folk songs, was produced by Steve Deutsch and released in September 2003, on Nashville's Catamount Records. A track from this album was included on Uncut Magazine's cover-mount CD Tracks Inspired by Bob Dylan (vol. 2) in December 2004. The previously unreleased song, No Way Out But Down, was included on Bloodshot Record's ten-year anniversary compilation For A Decade of Sin: 11 Years of Bloodshot Records in October 2005. Hell Under The Skullbones, was released in Europe in January 2006. It was described as "Striking, rather dark roots songs", "a triumphant master work of the first order..." Hell Under... was voted No. 1 on the Euro Americana Chart for February 2006. As a KRFC-FM DJ (Fort Collins, CO) commented on Lindsey's first album, "He ain't gonna be anonymous for long. If Dylan channeled Hank, Graham Lindsey would still be a better sound." Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.