Lynn Loosier is a redheaded, blue-eyed, soul singer, which may seem like an oxymoron to those
who tend to judge the book by the cover, but just wait until she opens her mouth to sing... pure
soul. Lynn is not your typical Cabaret performer, she can sing any style of music from jazz,
blues, R&B, gospel, country, & rock with the natural & effortless ability to connect to each
song's story & move an audience. David Finkle at Backstage Magazine sums up her versatile
& raw style with this simple sentence, "Lynn is a saloon singer."
She has been a featured soloist at both Lincoln Center & Jazz at Lincoln Center. Lynn is a
backup singer who blends sweetly but shines brightly. She has had the pleasure to sing with
Jennifer Holliday, Sam Harris, & local favorite Julian Fleisher. Lynn has shared the stage
with Broadway & television actor, Tom Wopat, who told her, "Next time I need to open for
you." But it is perhaps the advice from the legendary Patti Labelle that inspires Lynn's
passion for sharing her gift of music, "Never stop singing, cause girl, YOU CAN SING."
There is nothing fragile about Lynn Loosier's velvety soft delivery or her cordial-smooth
vocals. Whether belting sweet ditties at New Yorks's famed Firebird Cafe, or performing on the PBS
special Cabaret Live, Lynn is a force to behold.
A current resident of the big apple, Lynn's roots
go somewhat deeper, further south, that is, to the heart and soul of Georgia. Her southern upbringing
can be felt, as well as heard, in every one of her passionate deliveries from classic blues to gospel
to jazz. Her soulful renditions bring to mind giants Ella, Billie and Sarah, yet are firmly anchored
by her undeniably southern style.
Little Shop of Horrors
Guys and Dolls
Brevard Music Center
Jazz at Lincoln Center, Rose Hall
Lincoln Center, Avery Fisher Hall
NYC AIDS Walk
Atlanta AIDS Walk
In Vision Productions taping of a PBS Special "Cabaret Live"
Rosalind's A Little South of Broadway
Aurora's Theatre Showcase
Hard Rock Cafe
Straigh from the Heart
Backup Signer, Sam Harris
From All Walks of Life
Human Rights Campaign
Southern Dialect. Proficient in styles of Jazz, Blues, R&B,
Swing, Country, Pop and Broadway. Very comfortable and experienced in the