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It's HorizonVU Music's pleasure to introduce Lynette Ruiz! She’s here in Paris and ready to sing with a voice that is clear, melodic and just sensational. Off the stage, Lynette is lot of fun, but at the same time a very polite and a bit reserved. She’s bright and very enthusiastic toward her music…and she’s all about pop/folk and she’s got that special sound HorizonVU Music loves to hear…
Lynette ws joined by Maxime Jean-Louis at O’Sullivan’s Rebel Bar on the 17 February. Kim took care of the sound engineering along with pro Huge Petit, Jonathan (The French) joined us to record for Fréquence Orange and of course, our good friend Seb, took good care of the bar! the place was packed – Lynette really stole the show – Love where is your fire (Brooke Fraser), Wild Horses (Natasha Bedingfield),
Lynette Ruiz and Maxime Jean-Louis
Firework (stripped down) (Katy Perry) and one of our favorites Need you now (Lady Antebellum). That’s not to take away from Max and his driving performance of Use somebody (Kings of Leon).
Lynette sings with the confidence and clarity of a woman who really knows her own voice. Which makes sense, since she says she’s been singing for as long as she can remember. Writing her first song at the tender age of seven, Lynette knew music would always be a big part of her life. She began classical voice training at the age of eleven. Seizing every opportunity to learn and grow musically, she sang in everything from school and church choirs to semi-professional musical theater and private recitals. She even had the opportunity to perform as part of an elite choir at Carnegie Hall. In high school, Lynette began writing and performing in earnest, setting her sites on NYU’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts.
A boit about Lynette. In a twist of fate, following an early acceptance to Tisch for musical theatre, she was also accepted to Princeton University. Feeling that this was an opportunity that couldn’t be missed, Lynette chose to
Lynette Ruiz and Phil Cartwright
pursue academics at Princeton University. While there, she focused her undergraduate studies on sociology and music. In her independent research she studied the world of music and the power of its application in society. During this time, Lynette still found time for her music taking as many music and songwriting courses as she could and singing and writing at every opportunity. She was also a member of the Princeton Tigerlilies, an elite all-female a cappella group.
Since attending university, Lynette has had the opportunities to do some songwriting and recording at various studios in Nashville. Her studies, extensive travels, life experiences and the friends she’s made along the way have helped to significantly shape her musical tastes and writing and performance styles. Lynette’s lyrics have a poetic quality and bring to bear the power and multiplicity of words. Her music attempts to express and illuminate the power of common, shared experiences: life, love and hope.
Lynette is currently working on an EP and we at HorizonVU Music plan to make sure you hear a lot more from this rising star!!!.