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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lindi Ortega. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lindi Ortega, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lindi Ortega. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lindi Ortega, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 98 - Lindi Ortega

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Canadian singer/songwriter Lindi Ortega stops by to have a chat about her latest ep "Til The Goin' Gets Gone."

Sep 18 2017 · 39mins
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AM Radio #54 – Lindi Ortega

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Welcome to episode #54 of AM Radio, on KX93.5, in which we welcome Americana artist Lindi Ortega in studio conversation and music, including live performances of music from her newest EP ‘Till The Going Gets Gone”.
Jun 07 2017 · 1hr 56mins

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Woodsongs 816: Jonathan Edwards and Lindi Ortega

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JONATHAN EDWARDS is one of America�s finest songwriters. Four decades into a stellar career of uncompromising musical integrity, Jonathan has released 16 albums and has a highly respected repertoire that includes the classic “Sunshine (Go Away Today)� the fierce anthem of protest that resonated with thousands of frustrated and angry young men and women when it was first released in 1971. The veteran songwriter�s latest album is �Tomorrow�s Child� and it unites the themes that have defined his career.

LINDI ORTEGA is a fiercley independent and acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter of Mexican-Irish decent, recently named Canadian Roots Artist of the Year and nominated for two Juno Awards. Lindi�s voice has been described as a mix of Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Johnny Cash � we�re not making this up. Her latest album is �Faded Gloryville� and was recorded with the Muscle Shoals-based team of Ben Tanner (Alabama Shakes) and John Paul White (Civil Wars).

WoodSongs Kid: Clara Brumfield is an 8 year singer from Lexington, Kentucky. She'll perform "My Favorite Things" with her Grandpa.
Jan 15 2016 · 1hr 20mins
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The Interview Show with Lindi Ortega #164

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Lindi Ortega is a Toronto girl who fled to Nashville to pursue her dream. She doesn’t want to be a mainstream country star, because she’d lose creative control, so she flirts with the boundaries of classic country and indie music. This had led her down an interesting path, opening for Southern California punk legends Social Distortion and even doing a Ramones cover with Tim Armstrong from Rancid.

I caught up with the singer songwriter who is known for her signature red boots.

Tracks played on the show...

1) Lindi Ortega, Tin Star (2013) “Tin Star”
2) Lindi Ortega, Tin Star (2013) “Gypsy Child”
3) Lindi Ortega, Cigarettes & Truckstops (2012) “The Day You Die”
4) Lindi Ortega, Tin Star (2013) “Lived and Died Alone”

ALL songs CANCON
Sep 29 2015 · 28mins
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Lindi Ortega

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Chris sits down with the lovely Lindi Ortega to talk about her most recent tour, her dream to be a tornado chaser and she plays a song just for the podcast!
Dec 09 2013 · 41mins
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CM Radio - Oct 2, 2013 - Lindi Ortega, Adam Kreeft & More

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Lindi Ortega, Adam Kreeft & More
Oct 03 2013 · 53mins
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Episode 64: Lindi Ortega

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Although Austin may have laid claim to the title of the "live music capitol of the world," there really is only one town where musicians with a hardcore jones for country music make their pilgrimage. Native Canadian Lindi Ortega had already made a name for herself up north, releasing a pair of EPs and a record that racked up a pair of Juno award nominations when she arrived in Nashville. But once in Guitar Town she hit the red ground running, enlisting fellow Canadian journeyman musician Colin Linden to produce her newest record, "Cigarettes and Truckstops." The result is a set of ten songs that play like Dolly Parton on steroids. There are nods to the female forebears of torch and twang - Emmylou, Loretta, Tammy and Patsy (all the demigoddesses that should be on Music City's Mount Rushmore) but Ortega is also a writer of substance who is not afraid to singlehandedly attempt to pull country music into the 21st century by questioning the authority of Nashville's politically incorrect establishment. Her songs pull no punches, but they are dressed up in enough sequins that the good ol' boys may be too entranced by her voice and charming stage presence to know they're being rendered archaic. And you simply must hear her smoldering take on The Man in Black's "Ring of Fire." If Ortega is the future of country music, we can't wait to see where we're going.
Jan 10 2013 ·