Muse Bird Cafe - w/Lee Lindsey, Allison Preisinger and Misty Flowers
Lee Lindsey - Like the flower that she has chosen to use in her branding, Lee Lindsey is a tall poppy. Her resiliency in life, business and pursuing her dreams, has made Lindsey stand out in this garden we call life. Lindsey was born in Canada, but knew from an early age she couldn't plant her roots anywhere. At age 15, with just a guitar and portfolio, she set out to make it on her own. The aspiring model and musician became a globetrotter.Eventually Lindsey married and settled down in London, England.
California girl found her way to the Pacific Northwest in 2002 while on a mission to find her heart. With songs to sing, she fell in love with open mics and it wasn't long before she was getting requests to perform at weddings, private parties, and venues! Misty Flowers' style captivates her audience. She has released 5 Albums, "Rhythm of Change 2005", "Passion 2006", "Now 2009", "Love Lives Here 2012" and "Hillbilly Livin'.".
Allison Preisinger - acoustic folk rock music has been compared to Joni Mitchell, Neil Young and the Plastic Ono Band. She has recently returned to the Northwest from studying at Berklee College of Music where she honed her songwriting and vocal skills. With fellow Berklee students Allison recorded her second album, "Be Heard". Released in May of 2012, the album has been described as compelling, with honest lyrics and a relaxing sound. Now living in Seattle, Allison is currently writing material for a third album while touring the Pacific Northwest.
Misty Flowers - There is no substitute. Her songs can strike the flint of hope and nearly immediately extinguish it with a deluge of reality. She can take you on a ride that you will be willing to stand in line for. It's a ride that is best viewed with closed eyes, experiencing her words through the life that you have already lived. She is the bastion of hope, of happiness, of love through the worst of times, but she's not afraid to tell of those times.
Misty Flowers was born to sing. She has learned to play guitar and to entertain the public, but it is only an extension of that natural ability. It is a pleasure to hear her, a joy to watch her, and an honor to call her friend." - James Hardesty, owner of The Green Frog, Bellingham W
The Conway Muse (View)
18444 Spruce/Main St.
Conway, WA 98238