I played with Brenda in the folk-rock band, Warm, 1970 - 1972. Over the years, her voice has matured into an even richer sounding instrument than it was in those golden-throated days of the early '70s. She has one of those voices that is not just good, but unique. No mere Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins, or Bonnie Raitt clone, no sir, once you hear her voice, you're hooked.
Click on this link to visit Brenda's Website.
Brenda and I toured Ireland May 4-22, 2006. This tour was made possible by our good friend Johnny Gallagher, a great guitarist from Bundoran, County Donegal and Steve McGover of Cootehall. Please visit Johnny's website at http://www.johnnygallagher.com where you can lean more about Johnny Gallagher and his band Boxtie.
From a promotional brochure -
Brenda Linton has been writing, playing, and recording music for over thirty years. She works in a variety of performance venues including clubs & restaurants, festivals, musical theater productions, and literary and community development events. In the studio, Brenda has recorded demos for songwriters, radio commercials and advertising jingles, and supporting vocals for other musicians, including an Elvis impersonator. While living in Nashville, Tennessee, she formed a band called Brenda Linton and Shadowfax to perform and market her songs. For the past decade, she has been a member of the Angelettes, a three-woman group with a reputation for ethereal harmonies.
Click on the following links to
hear songs from her demo recordings.
Click on these links to hear songs from her performances at the Six String Cafe and Music Hall.