You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll call your therapist. With influences ranging from Bob Dylan to Ani Difranco, Lindsay White's songwriting has earned recognition from Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Kerrville Folk Festival, and American Songwriter Magazine. In 2017 White released Lights Out, an album chronicling the experience of losing her estranged mother to brain cancer. The record premiered exclusively on PopMatters.com and debuted #2 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter charts. Lights Out was also selected as the #1 Album of the Year by Global Texan Chronicles and earned her the 2018 San Diego Music Award for Best Singer-Songwriter. Last September, White was named one of "15 Lesbian/Bi/Queer Musical Artists You Need to Know" by AfterEllen.com. Lindsay has opened for notable acts such as The Lone Bellow, David Crosby, Steve Poltz, Susanna Hoffs (The Bangles), Raining Jane ft. Jason Mraz, and more.