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Lindsey Lomis Is Right At Home on Stage

Fresh off the release of her new EP, "DAYDREAMING" Lindsey Lomis enchanted a New York crowd as the opening act for Joshua Basset's fall tour.

Fresh off the release of her new EP, "DAYDREAMING" Lindsey Lomis enchanted a New York crowd as the opening act for Joshua Basset's fall tour.  Nashville artist Lindsey Lomis.
Photo: Hector Gutierrez

During the pandemic, we witnessed a wave of rising bedroom artists gain traction through social media. The current state of the world gave them a chance to pause, time to sit with their feelings, allow inspiration to kick in, and get creative with how they were making music happen without access to equipped studios and a plethora instruments.


Yet, despite the sudden surge in bedroom pop, Lindsey Lomis appears to be in her own league.


While the crowd gathered closely inside the Bowery Ballroom in the East Village, Lindsey Lomis, guitar strapped across her chest, waited patiently behind the stage. As the opener for Joshua Basset’s second show, expectations were high.


“hi i'm lindsey and i'm from nashville and i've been overthinking this bio for weeks & truly cannot think of a way to properly explain myself so just listen to some of my music and maybe you'll figure it out ;)” Lindsey Lomis via Spotify.


In the past year, the Nashville native went from being a bedroom artist to signing a contract with Altadena and Warner Records, and captivating thousands of listeners with her music. When she stepped out onto the stage, the widest grin etched on her face, fans recognized her immediately. Some chanted her name while others waved and hoped to get a wave back. Although Lindsey was not singing to a home crowd, the energy inside the concert hall mirrored a highly anticipated homecoming.


Fresh off the release of her new EP, "DAYDREAMING" Lindsey Lomis enchanted a New York crowd as the opening act for Joshua Basset's fall tour.  Nashville artist Lindsey Lomis.
Photo: Hector Gutierrez