Dixie Crush, which payments itself as “the Midwest’s Final Nation Social gathering Band,” stated Lagestee was a founding member of the group in 2015 and praised her as an “unimaginable performer, nice buddy, and the very best bandmate.” She died on Monday.
“Above and past her stunning voice, Lindsey simply had a approach of connecting with each viewers leaving an indelible impression,” the band stated on Fb. “Not solely would she give an incredible efficiency, however after each present, Lindsey would come offstage, take time to satisfy anybody who wished to say hello, take photos, and construct friendships.”
Dixie Crush stated it had performed greater than 250 exhibits over the previous 5 years.
“Like a real skilled, it made no distinction to Lindsey whether or not we had been taking part in to 40,000 folks at Arlington Racecourse, just a few thousand folks at Parkway Financial institution Park in Rosemont, just a few hundred folks at a group pageant, or the final 25 patrons at 1:00am at a membership, Lindsey cherished each second on stage and put her coronary heart and soul into each tune…each efficiency,” the group stated.
Based on its web site, the band performs High 40 hits from nation music’s greatest stars.