Lindsey Graham Performs At Special Memorial Day Celebration


Estero, Florida (June 2, 2016) Gospel singer and instrumentalist, Lindsey Graham was honored to be invited to sing the “National Anthem” and “Heaven Was Needing A Hero” in honor of fallen soldiers and their families this past Memorial Day. The ceremony was presented by the Collier County Veterans Council, hosted by Hodges Funeral Home at Naples Memorial Gardens in Naples, FL.

The speaker was US Marine Corps retired Lance Corporal, Josh Wege. Young Josh lost both legs below the knee on his first tour of duty in Afghanistan when his vehicle struck a two hundred pound improvised explosive. He offered heroic words of remembrance and honor. The bugler was 92 year old World War II Veteran, SGT Robert McDonald, US Army Corp (Ret.).

Lindsey commented, “It was a beautiful sunny day in Southwest Florida. The people were decked in red, white and blue and honor hung thick in the air. What a privilege for me to participate in such a way as to honor my country and the American Soldier. Thank you to all who have served this great nation to provide life, liberty, justice and freedom. I am forever grateful and proud to be an American.”

The Pine Ridge Middle School Band directed by Kelly Parker accompanied Lindsey during her rendition of the “National Anthem”.


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About Lindsey Graham

Lindsey has shared the stage with many Gospel greats including The Crabb Family, The Booth Brothers, Triumphant Quartet, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, The Isaacs, The Dixie Echoes, The Stamps, The Blackwoods, Kevin Spencer, Dennis Gwizdala, and Larry Ford. She participated in the 2007 Gaither Homecoming video Amazing Grace. Lindsey recently traveled full time with a southern gospel group, The Taylors. They made many appearances in North America, including NQC Main Stage 2012, as well as Sweden and Northern Ireland.

Through her continued classical vocal studies, Lindsey performs for the Naples Opera Society of Naples, Florida. In 2011, she traveled to Europe as a guest soloist of the Bach Ensemble of Naples, Florida. For three consecutive seasons Lindsey sang the National Anthem and the Canadian Anthem for the Boston Red Sox spring training games in Ft. Myers, FL. Lindsey is a studied pianist and flutist, incorporating both into her ministry. A 2005 graduate of Belmont University in Nashville, TN, she received a Bachelors of Music and was also inducted as a member of the Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society based upon GPA and staff member recommendation. Lindsey completed a Masters of Arts in Religion with an emphasis in Worship Studies from Liberty University in 2012.

Singing Christian music is extremely vital to Lindsey as she is eager to uplift and excited to share the love of God.

1 thought on “Lindsey Graham Performs At Special Memorial Day Celebration

  1. I Love all Kinds of Gospel Music
    I Love Ernie Haase Signature Sound
    There Will Always will be my Idol. I went
    to 👀 him in Person and I met him in Person he is a Fantastic Singer ! And I Love to have the Dixie Echos Email so I can Follow up on them. So I will have 2 Special Groups to Follow up on
    Thank you Patricia Hock 👍Up 😀

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