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We are excited to welcome Lindsay Mower back to Georgetown as part of our winter music series at the Meetinghouse.

Lindsay is a rising jazz and blues artist in the rolling hills of Western Maine. She currently resides in Farmington, Maine where she studies at the local University. Lindsay writes her own music, featuring a fusion of jazzy, folksy and bluesy tunes that capture the beautiful wilderness of rural Maine, the intensity of young love and her life growing up as a farmer’s daughter. Raised on her parents dairy farm in St.Albans, Maine Lindsay was surrounded by music. One of her earliest memories as a child being riding on a float in the St. Albans Summerfest parade playing tambourine in her grandparents band. Her parents and older brother, also musicians, continue to inspire her to pursue her music career. Lindsay’s father, a prestigious drummer in New England, studied jazz performance at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. When Lindsay isn’t on stage entertaining with her jazzy voice and acoustic guitar, she is playing her alto saxophone. In 2013, Lindsay was awarded the Berklee College of Music Superior Musicianship Award for her outstanding performance on the saxophone. That same year she was also awarded the Williamsberg Maestro Award for her big band jazz performance. More recently, in 2015 Lindsay sat in on alto sax with the Skyliner’s Dance Band at the Next Generation Theatre in Brewer, Maine. Lindsay is currently spending her time recording her debut album and performing around Maine for folks down on the salty coast and for land lovers alike. Lindsay’s bright eyes and bubbly personality are infectious and captivating during her performances, promising a great show every time.

“I love to dance, I love to have fun, and I have really nice teeth.” -Lindsay Mower

Watch and listen to Lindsay’s music here and here and see an interview with her and Georgetown’s very own Lauren Crosby!

$10 tickets in advance, $15 at the door. BUY HERE