About the Artist
Lynsey Moon (they/she) is a Massachusetts-based singer, songwriter, ukulele player, artist, and bunny enthusiast. She first began seriously playing music at the age of seven, when she was accepted to the New England Conservatory for composition. She then spent several years taking piano lessons and composing pieces for piano and violin, before deciding to stop and focus more on her schoolwork.
It wasn't until her sophomore year in college when Lynsey fell back into music, performing on the piano in small coffeehouses with her friends. From here, she would go on to purchase her first ukulele and join her first band, which led her to performing in front of larger crowds. She has since performed and recorded alongside Christian Nesmith, Circe Link, Eytan Mirsky, Jake Slichter, Lee Wiggins, Paul Melançon, Jonny Daly, Matt Brown, and Pete McDade, to name a few. Her music has also been featured on local radio stations 88.9 FM (WERS) and 92.5 FM (The River).
Several years ago, Lynsey joined a Facebook group for musicians, which inspired her to get back into the music scene once again. This led her into the world of home recording, and she would eventually produce three EPs; Muscle Memory, Leased, and wabi-sabi. She also revisited her love of writing, and self-published two books of poetry; Cerebral Songs, and Fever Dreams. Her most recent album, Tethers, was crowdfunded and released in September of 2019, and features nearly 40 musicians from all over the country. She is currently working on writing and recording more music, and playing live shows solo, or with Your Friends In Hell.
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