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Lindsay Lou's latest album "Queen of Time" is a spiritual journey to the other side of grief

Cover art for Lindsay Lou's "Queen of Time" album
Dana Kalachnik
Kill Rock Stars Nashville
Cover art for Lindsay Lou's "Queen of Time" album

The Local Spin with Lindsay Lou

Upper Peninsula-born and Nashville-based artist Lindsay Lou returns to the U.P. this October to share her album Queen of Time.

You may know Lindsay from her musical past with The Flatbellys or the Sweet Water Warblers, but as a solo act, she addresses heavy topics with grace. Her latest offering came after a rough time which included a divorce and the loss of her grandmother. By processing this grief, she created a record that simultaneously finds her placed in a long line of powerful women and in a place of healing. Grammy-winning producer Jerry Douglas worked with Lindsay to produce an album with no compromises.

Kurt Hauswirth spoke with Lindsay by phone about the process of making Queen of Time:

A conversation with Lindsay Lou

Lindsay will perform in Marquette on Sunday, October 22nd at Ore Dock Brewing Company and on Monday, October 23rd at The Braumart in Iron Mountain.

Find more information about Lindsay Lou at her website here.

Listen to Lindsay's music:

Kurt lives in Marquette with his family and can’t imagine living anywhere else. He loves music, games, running, being near water, and a fine cold brew coffee.