Watch Preview for Lindsey Webster’s “It’s Gonna Snow On Christmas”

The Songstress Takes Inspiration from Nat ‘King’ Cole & Writes Her Own Christmas Song That Will Warm Your Heart

“I had been wanting to write an original Christmas song for a while, but 

I was never sure what or how it should be. Nat ‘King’ Cole’s ‘The Christmas Song’

 is my favorite Christmas song. All of the best Christmas 

songs are the old classics, so Keith and I decided that we would 

give it a shot and write one similar to all of our favorites.”- Lindsey Webster

Growing up in an artist community, the daughter of loving hippie parents, in Woodstock NY, the allure of music was never far from Lindsey Webster. The adorable, instantly likeable and earthy singer/songwriter, who grew up listening to her parent’s Jimi Hendrix, Beatles and Elvis Costello LPs and later the Supremes, once pursued medical school before finally settling on music. Webster has been taking the contemporary jazz world by storm, scoring a  #1 hit with her soulful original “Fool Me Once.” This feat is remarkable in numerous ways. Not only is Lindsey half the age of the male instrumentalists who dominate the genre, but her #1 is the first vocal driven song that has topped the Billboard smooth jazz chart since Sade’s “Soldier of Love” in 2010.   November 2016,  Webster made her Shanachie debut with Back To Your Heart which spawned two #1 hits: “Back To Your Heart” and “Where Do You Want To Go.”

Influenced by everyone from Mariah Carey and Christina Aguilera to Steely Dan and Earth Wind and Fire, there is an honesty and authenticity that reverberates through Lindsey Webster’s enchanting, smoky, rich and soulful honey-toned pipes. Joining forces with her husband, pianist and musical partner, Keith Slattery, the duo crafts evocative soundscapes that fuse the best elements of R&B, jazz, pop and soul. “The knowledge, style and intuition that Keith brings to my songs is amazing,” says Lindsey of her husband. “Keith and I are extremely passionate and sensitive people who put the same pride and perfectionism into our writing, recording, and producing. Our philosophy is simple: we do what feels right. I believe this is what has helped us to forge our own sound.”

Webster’s mission is to make an emotional connection with her fans. Somewhat of an old-soul, the young singer concludes, “With all the pop tunes out nowadays, literally about nothing, I think it’s important to hold the torch for the artists before us who found it important to write real music.”

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