林赛·伊丽莎白·埃尔（Lindsay Elizabeth Ell）（1989年3月20日出生）是加拿大乡村音乐歌手，词曲作者和吉他手，来自阿尔伯塔省卡尔加里。她的音乐融合了乡村音乐中的摇滚，布鲁斯和流行元素。她与美国唱片公司Stoney Creek Records签约，后者是Broken Bow Records的烙印。她的首张延长播放，值得期待，发布于2017年她的第一部全长乡村专辑三月，项目，在2017年8月被释放，并在1号开张了在广告牌乡村专辑销售图表。
Lindsay Ell出生于卡尔加里。她从六岁开始弹钢琴，直到发现父亲分散在整个房子里的吉他收藏，八岁时才换琴。“我爱上了吉他，”林赛说。“这是我本人的很大一部分。”Lindsay爱上了布鲁斯，并在10岁时开始创作歌曲。Ell是Bishop Carroll高中班级的演说家，她早一年就毕业。除了从事音乐事业外，她还在卡尔加里大学（University of Calgary）学习商业，并在伯克利音乐学院（Berklee College of Music）学习音乐。
兰迪·巴赫曼（Randy Bachman） 15岁时就发现了埃尔（Ell）。巴赫曼（Bachman）将她描述为“我多年来遇到的最有才华和多方面的艺术家”。巴赫曼（Bachman）与他人合写并制作了她的第一张专辑“ This This”。它是在Saltspring Island的 Bachman的录音棚录制的，Ell 亲自撰写了11首歌曲中的大多数。该专辑于2006年在巴赫曼唱片公司Ranbach Music上发行，并由Fontana North发行。Ell 在2008年与布鲁斯吉他手Buddy Guy一起巡回演出。在她2009年的专辑《Alone》中，与首演相比，她的声音更动听。
这是她第一次到纳什维尔创作歌曲，这使她的圈子广为人知。她从卡尔加里到纳什维尔来回旅行了几年，参加了作词活动，同时播放了许多现场表演，以磨练自己的手艺。她在21岁时永久性地搬到了纳什维尔，并与美国唱片公司Stoney Creek Records签了字。
2013年12月，她的第一首官方单曲“ Trippin’on Us”作为加拿大和美国乡村音乐广播中添加量最多的歌曲首次亮相，首周增加了50多首。此后，Ell被吉他世界称为“真正的三重威胁”。国家乡村杂志（Country Taste）的“制作中的明星”和乡村周刊（Country Weekly）的“现代乡村唱片集中营中的杰出人物”。
林赛（Lindsay）是一位吉他手，其风格受到约翰迈耶（John Mayer），基思厄本（Keith Urban），史蒂夫雷沃恩（Stevie Ray Vaughan），汤米伊曼纽尔（Tommy Emmanuel），切特阿特金斯（Chet Atkins），好友盖伊（Randy Bachman），埃里克克拉普顿（Eric Clapton）和吉米亨德里克斯（Jimi Hendrix）的影响。她通常会演奏定制的Les Paul Goddess和Martin原声吉他。她是马丁吉他的官方艺术家。
Lindsay 于2014年4月15日首次亮相Grand Ole Opry，此后在演出中多次露面。
2017年3月24日，林赛（Lindsay）发行了自己的首张EP，《值得等待》，其中包括六首歌曲，其中一首是约翰·梅耶（John Mayer）的“ Stop This Train ” 的翻唱。“听起来值得等待”展示了Ell作为吉他手，歌手和词曲作者的各种才能，” Sounds Like Nashville在对该项目的评论中写道。
Lindsay Elizabeth Ell (born 20 March 1989) is a Canadian country music singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Calgary, Alberta. Her music incorporates elements of rock, blues and pop within the country genre. She is signed to the US record label Stoney Creek Records, an imprint of Broken Bow Records. Her debut extended play, Worth the Wait, was released in March 2017. Her first full length country album, The Project, was released in August 2017 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Album Sales chart.
Lindsay Ell was born in Calgary. She started playing the piano at six, until she discovered her father’s collection of guitars scattered throughout the house, switching at age eight; “I fell in love with the guitar,” says Lindsay. “It’s a huge part of who I am.” Lindsay fell in love with the blues and started songwriting at age 10. Ell was valedictorian for her class at Bishop Carroll High School, from which she graduated a year early. She went on to study business at the University of Calgary and music at the Berklee College of Music, in addition to pursuing her music career.
Randy Bachman discovered Ell when she was only 15 years old. Bachman described her as “the most talented and multi-faceted artist I’ve come across in many years”. Bachman co-wrote and produced her first album Consider This. It was recorded at Bachman’s studio on Saltspring Island, and Ell herself co-wrote most of the 11 songs. The album was released in 2006 on Bachman’s record label Ranbach Music and distributed by Fontana North. Ell toured with blues guitarist Buddy Guy in 2008. On her 2009 album, Alone, she moved to a more acoustic sound compared to her debut.
It was her first songwriting trip to Nashville that brought her full circle to her country roots. She travelled back and forth from Calgary to Nashville for a couple years to participate in songwriting sessions while playing as many live shows as she could to hone her craft. At the age of 21, she permanently moved to Nashville and signed with the US-based record label Stoney Creek Records.
In December 2013, her first official single, “Trippin’ on Us”, debuted as the most added song for country music radio in both Canada and the United States with over 50 first week adds. Ell has since been called “a true triple threat” by Guitar World; “a star in the making” by Taste of Country and “a distinct figure in the modern country recording camp” by Country Weekly.
Lindsay is a guitarist whose style has been influenced by John Mayer, Keith Urban, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Tommy Emmanuel, Chet Atkins, Buddy Guy, Randy Bachman, Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix. She typically plays a custom Les Paul Goddess and Martin acoustic guitars. She is an official Martin Guitar artist.
Lindsay made her Grand Ole Opry debut on 15 April 2014 and has since made several appearances on the show.
On March 24, 2017, Lindsay released her debut EP, Worth the Wait, featuring six songs, one of which is a cover of John Mayer’s “Stop This Train.” “Worth the Wait shows off Ell’s talent in all capacities, as a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter,” wrote Sounds Like Nashville in a review of the project.
On 28 January 2018, Lindsay sang the Canadian National Anthem at the 2018 NHL All-Star Game. In March 2018, she performed at the C2C: Country to Country festival in the UK.
2017 – The Project
2017 – The Project [2019, Hi-Res stereo]
2018 – The Continuum Project
2018 – The Continuum Project [Hi-Res stereo]
2020 – heart theory
2020 – heart theory [Hi-Res stereo]