Maine native Lindsey Ray began her career as a solo artist, independently releasing her Picture Perfect EP in 2009, followed by a full-length album, Goodbye From California, in 2010. Lindsey then went on to write for other artists, including Mariah Carey, Demi Lovato, Deana Carter, Jocelyn Alice, Muddy Magnolias and Daniel Skye among others, as well as collaborating with DJ Tiesto on his Club Life Volume 1: Las Vegas album on the song "Slumber".
Lindsey's musicality spans multiple genres and styles, and as a result of this she has created numerous side projects. Some of those include indie alternative punk rock band Farmdale, edm pop group Mary Jane Fonda, alternative pop rock artist Rayelle, and indie soul hip-hop artist Olly Anna.
Lindsey's songs have been licensed worldwide in TV/Film/Advertising starting with her breakout national Target ad in 2008. Her songs have powered top brands including Lexus, McDonald's, T-Mobile, Applebee's, Best Buy, JC Penney, XBOX, Yoplait, Special K and Virgin Mobile to name a few. Her songs have been featured in promos and television shows on a wide range of networks including but not limited to ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, USA, MTV, HBO and others. Lindsey's songs have also been used in movie trailers as well as the films themselves. Most notably, Lindsey co-wrote Mariah Carey's "Almost Home" featured as the end title track to Disney's OZ: The Great and Powerful.
*For a full list of where Lindsey's music has been licensed, please see the SYNC page. For a full list of Lindsey cuts with outside artists as well her own releases, please see DISCOGRAPHY page.*