The Continuum Project Lindsay Ell
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- 1Waiting on the World to Change03:28
- 2I Don't Trust Myself (With Loving You)04:38
- 5The Heart of Life03:11
- 7Stop This Train04:36
- 8Slow Dancing in a Burning Room04:06
- 9Bold as Love04:18
- 10Dreaming with a Broken Heart04:02
- 11In Repair06:03
- 12I'm Gonna Find Another You02:43
Info for The Continuum Project
Country star Lindsay Ell took to social media to announce news long-awaited by legions of fans: Ell will release her version of John Mayer’s Continuum album on Friday, May 25. Lindsay Ell’s The Continuum Project, co-produced and co-engineered by Ell.
Beginning as a homework assignment from producer Kristian Bush (Sugarland) in preparation to record her debut album, Ell was given two weeks to reimagine her all-time favorite desert island record, recording every single instrument and singing every part alone in her studio. The process led her to emerge with a renewed creative discovery and vision for how she plays, writes and records her own music. The end-result of Bush’s unique assignment became her critically-lauded No. 1 debut album, The Project.
Ell explains, “Recording Continuum was the thing that started it all. Kristian taught me some of the most valuable lessons as my producer from this ‘homework’ assignment. He gave me three rules: I needed to play all the instruments myself, I needed to record it alone in my studio, and I had two weeks. Through it all, I remembered all the things I first loved about making music. I can’t wait for my fans to hear the music that helped shaped ‘Criminal’ and The Project!” br> The whirlwind doesn’t stop for Ell who just wrapped a year-long run on Brad Paisley’s Weekend Warrior World Tour. Meanwhile, the multi-instrumentalist is set to join Sugarland’s Still the Same Tour in July ahead of supporting select dates of Keith Urban’s Graffiti U World Tour this fall.
Adding to the excitement, Ell collaborated with Urban on a brand new track “Horses,” featured on his just-released album Graffiti U, available everywhere now. Her current single “Criminal” is Top 20 at U.S. Country radio and recently landed atop Canadian Country Radio Charts.
Lindsay Ell, guitar, vocals
Canadian country singer, songwriter, pianist, and guitarist Lindsay Ell was born in Calgary, Alberta on March 20, 1989. Music was it for her from the beginning, and she started playing piano at the age of six, switched to guitar at eight, and by ten she was writing songs and perfecting her guitar skills at bluegrass camps, soaking up all the country music she could. By the time she met Randy Bachman when she was 13 years old, Ell had developed into a dynamite electric guitar player with a sweet and easy country-pop vocal style, a female counterpart to guitar-slinging country artists like Keith Urban and Brad Paisley. Bachman became her mentor, introducing her to the work of various jazz and blues guitar players, and Ell fell in love with the blues, studying it along with music by the best rock guitarists, from Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix to Stevie Ray Vaughan and Derek Trucks. Soon she was sharing stages with the likes of Buddy Guy and others, always bringing her own vibrant mix of country and gritty electric guitar. Bachman produced her first album, Consider This, which was released on Bachman‘s own Ranbach Music label in 2006. Her second release, 2009’s Alone, had a more acoustic veneer. Signing with Stoney Creek Records, she released the infectious country single “Trippin’ on Us” in the fall of 2013. Two more singles — “Pickup Truck” and “Shut Me Up” — followed in 2014, both of them reaching the Top 20. Another single, “By the Way,” arrived in 2015, but 2016’s “All Alright” reached Canada’s Country Top Ten. Her debut EP, aptly titled Worth the Wait, arrived in the spring of 2017 and was followed later that summer by her first album, The Project.
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