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Cassidy Lynn at the Red Rooster

Cassidy Lynn
Cassidy Lynn
Cassidy Lynn

Country Music


Cassidy Lynn hails from upstate New York- Lafayette, milking cows putting up hay and was quite happy to share her country upbrining and sense of musicality.

Cassidy literally grew up singing her experiences and her love of performing also encompass her performance abilitys.

With many musical influences including the classics: Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash. Modern influences also include Miranda Lambert and Ashton Shepherd.

Cassidy's Father was a DJ and also had an influence on her and she started singing as a toddler and grew into gigging at 11, the ease of her performing is very present in her shows.

Cassidy did come to Nashville with a plan and attended Oneoneta College in NY and then finished with a degree from Belmont University in business.

She graduated last May and is employed by Brentwood Benson Music Publishing.

Cassidy won a music contest last year put on by WKDF voted online by Youtube fans and was featured during the CMA fest following Joe Nichols.

With a tatoo that reads " I Walk the Line" on her left foot and skydiving as something she had to do Cassidy shares her talent and songwriting with the community she has sites at:


Cassidy took the stage with a five peice band:

Drums- Niko Xidas

Bass- Matt Williamson

Steel Guitar- Jonathan Cullifer

Fiddle- Chase Foster

Lead Guitar- Logan Keith

Cassidy wrote or cowrote the songs she performed starting with, Nobody Left To Leave.

Cassidy has a sweet solid vocal range that navigates the listener through the stories of human experience with a taste of twang timing and tact.

The classic country sound with the steel and fiddle and trusty bass, drums with Cassidy on acoustic guitar and Logan Keith on lead echoes a bit of classic influences but also has a touch of individuality that Cassidy is able to capture the listener with.

Cassidy switched up tunes with uptempo mixed with soulful ballads. The set list was entertaining and showed range and stylistic shifts.

Tip Jar was an original that many who play in the clubs can identify with and was well thought out and nicely performed.

That's What I Get For Thinking, It feels Like Home, Next Door to Nowhere, Average Joe and Down By the Bonfire rounded out the sets.

Cassidy has a video of Down By the Bonfire that was voted a fan favorite and highly rated nationwide.

Cassidy has been presented as a girl next door but she has that extra edge that shows individuality and a passion and love for the country style.


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