:60 with Lindsay Ell
Lindsay Ell's new EP is titled 'Worth the Wait' – a phrase which encapsulates her lifelong aspirations and well-deserved breakthrough. The Alberta native was discovered by Randy Bachman of Guess Who/Bachman-Turner Overdrive fame, when she was 13, and worked and recorded in Canada before moving to Nashville eight years ago. Since then, she combined a passion for blues, country, and rock in songs she says are inspired by the likes of Sheryl Crow, Buddy Guy, and Keith Urban. And she's earned a rep as a charismatic performer, hitting the road with The Band Perry, Jennifer Nettles, Luke Bryan. 'Worth the Wait,' featuring the hit single “Waiting On You,” was produced by Sugarland's Kristian Bush. “I'm so proud of it,” Ell says. “I've really found my sound and I've never felt about music the way I do now.” In our ':60 with' interview, Lindsay talks about breakfast foods, footwear, binge-watching, her bucket list, and much more!
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