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Lindsay Gitter was born and raised in Los Angeles to a family of talented singers and artists. She began her journey as a songwriter after living in New York and pursuing Musical Theatre and Acting. After less than a year of writing music, she won an ASCAP Award in 2021 for the original song, “If I Don’t Try”. Lindsay is a graduate of NYU Tisch school for the Arts and has starred in numerous musicals and plays, including an Off-Broadway musical at the historic Cherry Lane Theatre. Lindsay’s singing and acting makes her a busy girl. She has done some session work and often collaborates with Singer/Songwriter Griffin Frank. You can hear Lindsay on radio stations that feature artists such as Lorde, Muse, Billie Eilish and others in different countries as well as the United States.