At 25 years of age, Mick Lindsay is astounding audiences nationwide with an untimely professional maturity. Lindsay's musicianship is second to none, and he is refreshingly versatile!
At 25 years of age, Mick Lindsay is astounding audiences nationwide
with an untimely professional maturity.
Lindsay's musicianship is second to none, and his refreshing brand of
"Country-fried rock" is fast being recognised as his signature style.
Mick has opened shows for various headline acts -
Most recently opening for, Australia's rock icon Ross Wilson of "Daddy Cool" fame. "
Established country crooner, Brendon Walmsley says -
"He is a gifted guitarist and vocalist with a natural stage presence"
"Mick is young, eager and a natural" (Radio: River 949)
Unafraid of sounding contemporary without completely abandoning his country roots,
Lindsay is equally at home with country, rock, and pop.
Despite the hard-hitting, up-tempo numbers, he infuses every song
with his own distinctive country flavour, and undeniable twang.
His band is tight, and they display a vigour that will stand up to the most discerning music critics. This rough-and-tumble band is well seasoned and pours their heart and soul into every live set.
And if you think traditional country is all "He Haw" and yawn, you're in for a pleasant surprise!
Mick Lindsay can fill a floor in 0.6 seconds with revellers from ages 6 to 60,
when he adds his own funky grit to (his new-traditionalist version) of the Merle Haggard classic, "Workin` Man Blues".
If you have not seen Mick Lindsay live, you had better keep your eye`s peeled!
This is one Aussie Rebel with a serious cause - Get ready!