Lindsay Robins

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Lindsay Robins (born December 18, 1986 in Montreal, Quebec) is a singer-songwriter who wrote and performed the theme song "What Would You Do" for the VJ Search reality series on MuchMusic, which went on to be the 2007 recipient of The North American Promax Award for Best Music Package/Theme Song. She has written and performed music for the television series Instant Star, and in 2006, released a solo rock album, "Dirty Chemistry", on Aquarius Records.

Her debut solo record, "Dirty Chemistry" was produced by songwriters Christopher Ward and Fred St-Gelais, who have worked with artists such as Alannah Myles, Amanda Marshall, and Randy Bachman, and who have also been working with Alexz Johnson on the music for Instant Star. Lindsay Robins appears on the soundtrack for the third season of "Instant Star", singing a song called "Shooting Star". As noted by the executive producer of "Instant Star": "...the more polished performances of songs like "Shooting Star" and last season's "Never Enough" have actually featured the voice of rising Canadian rock star Lindsay Robins."[1]

Three singles have been released from Lindsay Robins' debut solo album: "Freaks", "What Would You Do" and "I Can't Forget Your Face". (The music video for "I Can't Forget Your Face" is directed by Erik Canuel, who directed Bon Cop Bad Cop, one of the highest grossing Canadian films to date) She has also shared the stage with the likes of Simple Plan, Mobile and Eva Avila.

Now, Robins has teamed up with Josh Rand, guitarist of the band Stone Sour, and together they make up the hard rock band Moonshot. Lindsay also now fronts the Toronto based hard rock band Crooked Valentine.

Discography[edit]

Dirty Chemistry

  • Time Bomb (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
  • Breakdown (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
  • Freaks (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
  • Possessions (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
  • Lies (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
  • Catastrophe (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
  • Home (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
  • Sometimes (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
  • What Would You Do (Lindsay Robins, Rob Wells, Christopher Ward)
  • Through The Mirror (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
  • I Can't Forget Your Face (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
  • Terrified (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)

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