Lindsay Bridges grew up in a small town in Maine where she learned to sing by imitating artists she heard on the radio and in movies. After graduation, she packed her bags and headed for LA to join the non-profit group "The Young Americans," where she had the privilege of teaching and performing alongside children across the world, promoting the importance of music and the arts in schools.
Lindsay began her professional career with Pullen Productions' Abba tribute show "Thank You For the Music." She then went on to work for Carnival Cruise Line as a lead singer and dancer. She has had the opportunity to sing in amazing venues across the U.S. including The Honda Center, Feinstein's/54 Below, The Metropolitan Operahouse, The Macy's Day Parade, and The Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center. She was the opening act for Vanilla Ice at Club 1Oak in Las Vegas, and she recently made her solo cabaret debut, presented by Lindsay Mendez and Ryan Scott Oliver at "Don't Tell Mama" in New York City.