“I know there are a lot of people here that don’t know who I am, so I try to make sure that first impression is right. I’m a huge social fanatic, and spend a lot of time there to have one-on-one connection, so they know I’m an actual human being.People have responded amazingly well.” - Lindsay Ell Call her a country music sweetie, or any suitable title you would like to give her, she wouldn’t mind because her high passion for music has well rewarded her plus she is a down to earth beauty. We are talking about the “female Keith Urban” a.k.a.I’ve been off for a few years, I’ve done what I needed to do at home and it’s time.I’m ready to get rowdy.” Wilson then rushed into her house, picked up her acoustic guitar and started jamming a four-on-the-floor riff congruent to her former hits.“I knew I needed the first single to be reminiscent of what fans liked and remembered about me and hopefully still want to hear.
The “Redneck Woman” singer is back in demand since announcing the end of her two-year hiatus, so that means more media, more meetings and definitely more phone calls.
Obviously, it’s the age of creating Intimate, loving relationship with other people according to the Erikson Stages of Psychological Development.
Evidently, Lindsay has managed to make good relations with people from the industry as she has shared the stage with various reputed musicians of the world namely Keith Urban, Ronnie Dunn, Gretchen Wilson, Big & Rich, Buddy Guy, Paul Brandt and Chris Issak.
Wilson is here to remind them."Rednecks have been looked down on for a long time, and people have made jokes about them, and I've laughed at them too," Wilson says, remarkably lucid after her umpteenth plane ride, two hours' sleep and an 8am performance on GMTV.
She pleads with her assistant to find her a packet of cigarettes.