Born beneath the big prairie sky of Southern Alberta, Lyndsay Butler is rural to her roots. You see that when she stands front and center on stage, with her ‘Wild Rose’ Smithbilt Hat, Art & Lutherie guitar, leather hand tooled strap, decked in turquoise with her voluminous long blonde hair. Butler is a seventh generation Albertan, deeply ingrained in the Canadian western way of life. She embraces and shares her historic heritage through her music by writing and performing traditional, outlaw and southern rock songs that deliver her story and truth in each lyric, line and melody. Butler’s voice has been compared to notable artists such as Patsy Cline and Miranda Lambert and her hard hitting, honest lyrics resemble an early Loretta Lynn.
industry role: Artist/Band