Otto Food and Drink (11405 95 Street)
Head over to the neighbourhood’s hottest new restaurant for some delicious food, craft beer, and live music by talented singer-songwriter, Lindsey Walker. Be sure to get there early to secure a spot, Otto fills up fast!
Lindsey will be performing at Otto Food and Drink on Friday, March 9 and Saturday, March 10 from 5:30pm – 6:30pm.
My songs are heartfelt and edge on the darker side, while the stories I tell in between songs will make you laugh your… wait for it … skirts off (oh goodness, terrible joke, but I still went for it). Within the realm of a singer-songwriter in the round idea, I will be up for adding my voice or playing to any song if invited. I encourage other artists onstage with me to do the same.
Lindsey Walker has toured extensively as a solo artist in Canada with half her heart in Alberta, and the other in her hometown of Winnipeg. In 2013, Lindsey was nominated as an “Artist to Watch” at the Edmonton music awards, which heralded her debut album Our Glory with a sold-out crowd. Fans began to respond to the raw honesty and soaring vocal power of her music. Media followed, and IndieGogo featured her as a success story for her innovative engagement strategies. Our Glory found a national audience receiving airplay on CBC, and college and community stations from Vancouver to Halifax. Since 2013, Lindsey has been hard at work on her craft, bringing forward a darker, moodier sound. Along with touring regularly, Lindsey continues to teach free music classes to children at the Bissell Centre in Edmonton as a way to share the joys of music with young people who may not have the luxury of taking formal music lessons.
Recently voted “Best Solo Artist” (Vue Weekly, 2017), her eagerly anticipated new record this desolate bliss. marks a bold new direction as Lindsey pursues a haunted shimmering evolution.
For more information, please visit www.lindseywalkermusic.com.