Will Be”, which is on her upcoming album, was chosen by her
endorser, The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, to be the
song for their organization. “While
You Were Sleeping” is endorsed by U-Haul, as well. Since finishing her
debut album Rebecca has recently had positive meetings with RCA as well
as Broken Bow and Warner Brothers Nashville Record Labels.
Rebecca was also recently
interviewed by Country Home and Music 75. On Music 75 she was nominated
as "Artist of the Week". Rebecca was previously recognized and
interviewed as an "Up and Coming Artist" in HEET Country magazine
in May 2002 and was also nominated and featured around that time again
in Burningcountry's "The People's Choice Show Case" 2003.
Rebecca was also a featured artist in Feb. 2005 in Countrystarsonline
who have featured other artists such as Martina McBride, Keith Urban and
Trick Pony, to name a
Rebecca Lindsey released
two singles, "My Man" and "You Got Me", both of which
charted with Music75 overseas. Rebecca's song which she wrote and sang,
"My Man," is currently being played on France's Music Box Radio
92.8 FM and is also playing worldwide on web radio.
Rebecca's latest release,
"On the Fourth of July" was engineered by EMI's Chris Latham and
has been getting radio play in Vermont, Massachusetts, New York,
Florida, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, California, as well as Texas and
on Lexington Broadcasting.com. "On the Fourth of July" is also
presently being played on over a thousand radio stations world-wide. Rebecca was most recently interviewed by Lexington Broadcasting.com with
Steve Martin as well as WBTN AM with Rich Ryder, Y107 FM with Brian
Austin, NIXA on XRadio, and she was featured in The TIKI Lounge magazine
and graced the cover of The TIKI Lounge in June 2006.
In October of this year Rebecca donated her
time as a motivational guest speaker in New York City for the National
Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Virgin Records, the media, NCADV as
well as ‘The Red Jump Suit Apparatus band’ were all guests at the event,
to name a few. Rebecca was the only Country singer there, representing
country music as well as the Tampa Bay area. On November 11th, Rebecca also
donated her time to perform at the ‘Eternal Monument Light Ceremony’
for the Veteran's Day Parade representing U-Haul in New York. The
Mayor of New York, several dignitaries, and a crowd of 20,000
participants and 750,000 spectators were there, along with the media.
Afterward, Rebecca performed various songs from her album in the Parade
on the First Lincoln Mortgage float. Rebecca will again be donating her
time to charity to give a benefit concert for the local ‘CASA’
domestic abuse shelter to help raise awareness as well as funds for the
shelter on January 27. Bay News 9 will be promoting the event a month
prior. Rebecca will also be on HBO’s “From Broadway to Baghdad” giving
tribute to the troops in Iraq, as well as performing four of her songs
from her debut album on the video. The HBO tribute video can be viewed
at Bay News 9’s ‘Videos on Demand’ as of November.
Rebecca has been working
with Producer Charlie Craig, whose credits include songs recorded
by Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt, Johnny Cash,
Aaron Tippin and George Strait, along with many others. Charlie has also won a
Grammy nomination and was nominated for Song of the Year for "She's
Single Again," sang by Reba McEntire and was co-written with Peter
McCann in 1986. Charlie also wrote "Wanted" in 1991, co-written
with Alan Jackson, who ended up recording the song. Charlie recently wrote
a beautiful ballad which Rebecca put on her album called, “Everything
but Lying." Rebecca's latest release, "On the Fourth of July,"
was also produced by Charlie Craig.
consider one of my greatest accomplishments to be able to share my music
with someone. Being able touch someone's life is more meaningful to me
know how much music has inspired and influenced me. My dream is to be
able to enrich someone else's life in the same way."