Music Bio

Having learned to play guitar around age 17, Lynnie Carson began to learn songs from the bands she grew up listening to. Anything from The Beatles to Oasis could be heard coming from her bedroom in Gourock. It wasn’t long until she was composing her own material however, which is reminiscent of her musical idols Sheryl Crow & Stevie Nicks.

Having escaped from her bedroom armed with her self-penned songs she started to play festivals & venues in and around the west coast of Scotland as a member of Juniper Spark. Over a 10 year period Lynnie honed her talent and is now a full-time, professional musician.

To date she has recorded 3 full length albums, the first (unreleased) was as a signed artist to independent Glasgow label 33 & 3rd records with Juniper Spark. With whom she travelled to London and played a showcase to EMI’s Mike Smith who is now at Sony BMG. The 2nd 'Silver Springs' and 3rd 'Eyes kissed with goodbyes' are all available on Itunes, Spotify and all other online stores.

To date she has recorded 2 Ep’s - Black Shiny Streets & The Law of Cause & Effect the songs from which make up the online album 'So far...' Lynnie’s first charity Christmas single 'The last day at school' was released in October 2015 along with b-side 'This thing won’t last' and raised just over £900 for Karunalayam Children’s Centre, Warangal, India.

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In July 2013 she played the Balloch Folk Festival as the winner of Glasgow pub, Sweeney’s on the park’s singer/songwriter competition.

Studio session work

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Lynnie has worked as a recording session vocalist for:

Her most recent musical projects have been to write an original song for Glasgow based all-female comedy troupe Witsherface as well as being commissioned to score a short film which starts shooting August 2016.