Lindsay Beth Harper is a pop/country singer/songwriter from Blue Ridge, GA who has been performing at fairs, festivals, and various venues all over the United States since the young age of five. Only a few years after she began her musical journey, at age nine, she landed a spot on an NBC show, Americas Most Talented Kid, where she competed alongside acts like American Idol Season 3 runner-up Diana DeGarmo. As a result of the show, she appeared on Access Hollywood and various other national and local media outlets. A little over a year after the show ended, PAX TV (Now Ion Television) called Lindsay and asked her to return to compete on the revival of the show alongside Hunter Hayes, Taylor Lautner, and Jordin Sparks.
Several years later, Lindsay traded her childhood yodeling cowgirl demeanor for a more mature look and sound. In 2008, she began to play guitar and turn her poetry into songs. She writes real life into her music as represented in her music video for Take it All.
In more recent years, Lindsay has had the honor of singing at various notable venues in the South. She performed for thousands at the 2010 SkillsUSA Georgia State Competition Closing Ceremony and at the 2013 Peach Drop in Atlanta. In 2013, Lindsay was invited to perform at Aarons Amphitheatre at Lakewood during Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, and Miranda Lambert concerts and was invited to sing on stage with Country and Rock & Roll music legend Brenda Lee.
In response to her success, Lindsay has been featured on various websites and press outlets nationally and internationally, including CBS Radios Darryn Yates Show, How to be a Redhead, Ginger Parrot, and Everything for Redheads. She has also worked with Zac Brown Band members, Coy Bowles and John Driskell Hopkins, on various projects as a member of Kennesaw State Universitys Joel A. Katz Music & Entertainment Business Program. During spring and summer of 2013, Lindsay also gained on-air exposure as a radio personality on the Moby in the Morning Country Music Radio Network, played on stations all over the South. Not to mention, she got to sing several times on the show.