Named “one of the most exciting and talented young artists in country music” (Forbes), LINDSAY ELL is a triple threat: accomplished musician, unique vocalist and awe-inspiring songwriter. Ell is GOLD-certified with two #1 Canadian singles, a U.S. #1 and has shared the stage with Shania Twain, Blake Shelton and Keith Urban, among many others. She headed out on tour with Shania Twain in May/June , but the award-winning performer will spend the rest of 2023 traveling to the US, UK and Germany and touring across North America, all while releasing new music. 


With her recent album, heart theory, Ell weaves the story of her journey of the heart in her own voice using her arsenal of tools as a musician and artist to give each song the sonic backdrop it deserves. “Theory is the science of music, heart theory is the science of a heart,” says Ell.





They say you can learn a lot about someone by knowing their birthdate – Taylor Edwards was born on July 22nd. A California girl who grew up in the South, Edwards was born in Sacramento and raised in Bentonville, Arkansas. That intriguing duality informs her music with early influences ranging from Spice Girls to The Chicks. Taylor then moved to Nashville, Tennessee to attend Belmont University and study songwriting. While there, she became the first winner of the Grammy U Songwriter Showdown. Edwards’ savvy social media and branding instincts have helped her music reach a dedicated audience that continues to grow exponentially with every song.

The combination of her distinct lyrical vision with a fully immersive authentic aesthetic brings you into Taylor’s world. Her Fall 2022 release Born in July (The Album) features the TikTok viral “Call Your Sister”, which landed her an interview with Ryan Seacrest (On Air with Ryan Seacrest) after over 160K videos were made using the song. Written for her sister, Berkleigh, who is 17 years younger, “Call Your Sister” is among the personal anthems populating Edwards’ catalog. The song continues to have repeat viral moments in addition to nationwide radio play via KIIS FM and iHeart Radio show The Vibe. Taylor is gearing up for a year of moody releases expanding on the stories she began telling on Born in July. (The Album)