“It’s an album for blissful late-night listening that leaves you wondering what the next day has to offer””

— Andrew Gilbert

Wouldn't It Be Loverly? song Isn't It A Lovely Day is at #27 on the FMQB Charts; Long After Midnight spent 3 weeks on the American FMQB Top 40 charts and in the CMJ Jazz Charts consistently for 7 weeks in the Top 5.

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Live Indie 104 Interview

Live Indie 104 Interview

FMQB Top 40 Artists Highlight

FMQB Top 40 Artists Highlight

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Press & Praise

“A truly sultry singer who captures the evening mood with gusto, Lisa Lindsley casts a musical spell on Long After Midnight, voicing beautiful love songs from the city for lovers, for the lover in all of us.”  
Edward Blanco – All About Jazz (3.5 stars)

“She takes her time and seems to know what the lyrics mean, rare these days. She doesn’t overact but she comfortably inhabits each song…”  
Michael Steinman, Cadence  
“She gets to the heart of each song.”  
Joe Lang, Jersey Jazz  
“Here’s a lady with a good sense of delivery and style.”  
George W. Harris – Jazz Weekly

“The mood is intimate as her duo accompaniment…Lindsley’s simple delivery is delicate and unaffected.”   

John Ephland- Downbeat, March 2012 issue (3 stars)   

“… a Bay Area singer who we need to keep an eye on – and ears wide open for years to come. Lindsley’s charming and expressive voice catches your ear because of her natural sense of phrasing, timing and expression.”   
Ken Franckling – Jazz Times   

“One way to separate jazz singing wheat from chaff is the presence of elegant simplicity. It is this quality that Lisa Lindsley’s has in copious amounts....  
C. Michael Bailey – All About Jazz 

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