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This profile was last updated on 2/5/08  and contains information from public web pages.

Performing Member

4769 Blakely Ave. Ne
Bainbridge Island , Washington 98110
United States

Company Description: Indiegrrl was founded by Holly "Figueroa" O'Reilly in 1998 as a forum for information, networking, and conversation about independent music from a female...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Performing Member
    The Manhattan Songwriters Circle
  • Performing Member
    United Jersey Blues Network.
  • Founder
    Rainbow Hawk Music
Web References
SpiralBridge, 5 Feb 2008 [cached]
Lynn Rosenthal began writing poetry with SpiralBridge in 2001.Taking up guitar at about the same time, her focus quickly shifted to combining words with music.She is a performing member of Indiegrrl, The Manhattan Songwriters Circle, and the United Jersey Blues Network.
SpiralBridge was founded in August of 2001 after the first Naked Reading on July 10th 2001 by Ana Maria Archila, Mark Goldberg, Lily Hodge, Colleen Lutolf, Cindy Pereda, Lynn Rosenthal, Jessica Tanis and Jesse Taylor.
Lynn Rosenthal, 22 Feb 2006 [cached]
Lynn Rosenthal describes her Native American flute playing as "a way to give voice to your soul without speaking. This self-taught musician/composer's soul has been singing, wailing, rejoicing, and lamenting through her original, strictly instrumental, compositions since 1993. Yet, for Lynn the songwriter, melding words and music is a much more recent phenomenon. Though she may have attempted a song or two early on, she hadn't quite found her voice as a poet and as a songstress until a friend prompted her to become involved in a local writers' guild in September of 2001. It was at this point that a latent singer/songwriter began to emerge. Since her first serious attempts, Lynn has penned more than 40 original songs, many of which she has been playing and singing at local coffee shops, poetry readings, and musical showcases since October 2001. While her multi-colored and multi-textured singing voice and her unique open tuning guitar stylings make it easy for her to express this newfound musical vocabulary, she still enjoys mixing things up and staying true to her beginnings by including at least one set of flute music whenever she plays.
On a new five-song CD release entitled Five Rough Cuts - a timely follow-up to the instrumental, flute-based The Night Has Eyes - Lynn has succeeded in capturing the intimacy of her live vocal/guitar performances and in unveiling her spiritual and deeply personal songwriting talents. Underlying the bluesy chord progressions and catchy melody of "Love Take Me Higher," the CD's first cut, is a painfully emotional tale of a close friend's unsuccessful battle with heroin addiction and the writer's ongoing attempt to come to terms with a profound and devastating loss. Turning the looking glass even more inward, Lynn wrestles with her own psyche in "Thoughts and Recognitions," a song inspired by a significant turning point in her life when she was beginning to choose between sticking to a well paying, but stifling, career as a "dot-com" tech and the thrilling but uncertain prospect of venturing out into the world of the independent musical artist. "I'm always asking the big questions," she suggests. "These are the lenses through which I view the world. While most of her songs come from personal inspiration, she strives for universalism in her songwriting, something, which allows listeners to make an instantaneous connection to her music. Also, immediately identifiable is an innovative yet comforting musical style strongly rooted in the tradition of folk immortals like Carole King and Joni Mitchell. At the same time, Lynn is quick to acknowledge more contemporary influences such as Tracy Chapman, Sarah McLachlan, Indigo Girls, and Susan Tedeschi. Not the least bit conspicuous is a sticker on Rosenthal's Charvel acoustic six-string, which reads "Use the Force," underscored by the OM symbol, which marks the sound of the Big Bang - the start of creation. This one-time religious studies major laughingly admits that because of this very public motto, she is often mistaken for a Star Wars enthusiast, but she is quick to point out that her interpretation and message has much more to do with the interpersonal than the intergalactic. More to the point, her message is one of personal activism focused on inspiring "creative positive change."
Living by her words, Lynn Rosenthal has become the founder of Rainbow Hawk Music, a cyber-space residence and supportive community for fellow independent musical artists, which she hopes will one day become a musical cooperative and serious multi-genre independent record label - an anecdote for what she sees as a predominantly image-based, marketing driven music industry. Rounding out Lynn's cadre of musical and artistic talents is a keen interest in percussion instruments. When she is not singing her own tunes or playing flute, she can be found teaching hand drumming techniques and backing up other independent musicians and songwriters on bongos, congas, or anything else she can get a hold of.
Albuquerque Folk Festival: 2010 Information, 2 June 2012 [cached]
Lynn Rosenthal Thought-provoking lyrics and rhythm guitar with soaring and sublime vocals that aim for the heart of the listener, plus original Native American style flute.
Performing Native American style flute since 1993, Lynn's work with this instrument is largely improvisational and deeply moving. Her flute CD, The Night Has Eyes, has been reportedly used for everything from meditation to birthing babies. A singer/songwriter since 2001, Lynn has had the privilage of performing at such notable NYC venues as The C-Note, The Cutting Room, CBGB's Gallery, and The Actor's Institute.
Past OOTBs ...what happened and who happened it... [cached]
In the middle of this fiesta, LYNN ROSENTHAL totally inspired and moved folks with her beatuifully lyrical songs and her sweet, penetrating voice ...It was an honor to have her at OOTB and it was so exciting to help her celebrate her birthday month with a gig at OOTB!
Lynn Rosenthal (singer/songwriter)
The quality of Lynn's words, often described as "poetry set to music," creates an understated yet riveting appeal to her work in the singer/songwriter genre.Her songs are the product of both personal reflection and keen observation of the human condition.With titles such as "Force of Nature," "Thoughts & Recognitions," and "Love Take Me Higher," Lynn's music isn't designed to transport you to faraway realms, but rather to send you inward to the unexplored territory of the soul.In contrast to her vocals, of her Native American flute playing, she states, "it is a way to give voice to my soul without speaking."
SpiralBridge Links, 11 Feb 2006 [cached]
Lynn RosenthalThe American Watercolor Movement
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