About Sandra Lynn
A California girl with a Nashville heart, Lynn has made it her mission to capture that transportive quality in her music, whether she’s in the recording studio or onstage. Since launching her career in last year with her self-titled debut EP (which was arranged and produced by Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus), Lynn has been out on the live circuit, opening for both Kenny Chesney and Kenny Rogers, performing during CMA Fest and on the KNE New Music Stage at Milwaukee’s Summerfest, and playing at local Nashville venues, including 3rd and Lindsley and The Listening Room. She has also been working with some of Nashville’s hottest songwriters, including Hall of Famers Gary Burr and Tom Schuyler, Tia Sillers, Victoria Banks, Mike Mobley, and Travis Meadows and Jeremy Spillman, who co-wrote her debut track “You Belong” with Lori McKenna. For two years Lynn wrote with various writers in Los Angeles, eventually attracting the attention of veteran producer David Foster. Impressed with her voice, Foster connected Lynn to various collaborators in Nashville, where she continued to hone her craft, eventually landing a song, written by Gretchen Peters and Bryan Adams, on the FOX TV show Fringe. Lynn traveled back and forth to Nashville (where she now spends half her time) to work with various songwriters and producers, including the in-demand Jay DeMarcus, whom she describes as very nurturing and encouraging of her creative process. Lynn teamed up with hit songwriter/producer Ross Copperman (Dierks Bentley, Brett Eldredge) to delve into a new catalog of upbeat songs that celebrate the sheer fun of living and loving, including her single “Afterparty,” which was picked up by SiriusXM’s The Highway, and her latest “Bar Hoppin’,” which also features a video (filmed in downtown Nashville’s historic Printer’s Alley) directed by Fanjoy.