Time To Draw The Line Single CD

“We stand now where two roads diverge. But unlike the roads in Robert Frost's familiar poem, they are not equally fair. The road we have long been traveling is deceptively easy, a smooth superhighway on which we progress with great speed, but at its end lies disaster. The other fork of the road -- the one less traveled by -- offers our last, our only chance to reach a destination that assures the preservation of the earth.” Rachel Carson

With six full-length albums under her belt, songwriter Linq brings her trademark original guitar-based political folk to this single, raising awareness and issuing a call to action to heal our warming planet.

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Eagle Reserve Single CD

Eagle Reserve, Linq's new single, is a project of Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust and the Town of Royalston, MA, the Eagle Reserve Conservation Area provides a sanctuary for rare and endangered wildlife including the Bald Eagle and Pied-billed Grebe.  Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust partners with landowners to permanently protect farms, woodlands, and natural areas for the benefit of the environment, the economy, and future generations.

Linq was approached last winter by a representative from the Town of Royalston to write a song about the Eagle Reserve. It will be used as the soundtrack in a video of the project, now in production.

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Disconnect CD
Disconnect CD

Are you experiencing technical difficulties - every day? Maybe it's time to unplug. Linq explores the downside of our rapidly expanding technology on the title track as threads of connection and disconnection ghost their way throughout the songs on her latest release: DISCONNECT Released October 15th, 2013. Read more...

Caught in the Act Acoustic CD

Caught in the Act Acoustic
Released in September, 2011, modern protest singer Linq takes a left-hand turn into the up-close-and-live with her fifth full-length CD, Caught in the Act Acoustic. The eleven song disc of original tunes features her trademark straight-ahead political statements featuring only her warm alto, a clear expressive guitar and light percussion. Every song is a satisfying story, from the tale of a man who only lived to make money (“Money Today”) to a passionate plea for peace (“Will You Care”). Read more, BUY

"Oh Bully" Single CD Oh Bully

"Oh Bully" ©2010: This single addresses the devastating effects of bullying on our youth. Loosely based on the suicide of an 11 year-old boy. Can be used as an educational tool in Safe Schools programs. Listen, BUY
Extra: Linq has just won the 2011 7th Annual OUTmusic Awards OUTstanding OUTMusician award for "OH Bully"! Read more …

Rx and The Side Effects

Take two CDs and call us in the morning. Don’t blame us if your insurance doesn’t cover the resulting laughter and tears.

Rx and The Side Effects

Artwork by Lisa Hoag

Album Photography by Lisa Hoag    

Like so many others, Linq took piano as a kid and taught herself the guitar as a young adult, but she made a detour to become a pharmacist. Not just one of those white-coated clerks at a chain store, but at her own store. At the young age of 55, she climbed up on stage, sans the lab coat, and sang for an audience that was so enthusiastic that soon after she sold the pharmacy and made music a focus. With the release of Rx and the Side Effects, she shares some "up close and personal" experiences and stories about our failed healthcare system that only an insider could tell.

Rx and the Side Effects, released on August 25, 2009, was produced by June Millington (Cris Williamson), and features a stellar group of musicians including June on guitar, Jean Millington on bass, Jami Sieber (Ferron) on electric cello, Julie Wolf on keyboards (Dar Williams, Ani Difranco), Ruth Davies on upright bass (Bonnie Raitt) and others. Rx and the Side Effects : Read more, listen, and buy the album...

Life Goes On

“Her lyrics challenge listeners the way that Michael Moore challenges viewers.”
Ann Forcier, The Recorder, Greenfield, MA

She saw Led Zeppelin on their first US tour and loves Joan Baez, but don’t expect some wide-eyed hippie in tie-dye cooing about love and daisies. Sure, if you went to the first Woodstock and you want peace-loving music, you’ve come to the right place, but your kids will also love her refreshingly direct folk-rock with a touch of blues, vintage R&B and yep, even techno, with anthems that’ll make you dance around your living room or call your congress person, some at the same time.

Life Goes On CD

Artwork by Lisa Hoag Designs

Album Photo by David Brothers    

Life Goes On, released on April 14, 2009, was produced by June Millington (Cris Williamson) and features a stellar array of musicians including June on guitar, Jean Millington on bass, Jami Sieber (Ferron) on electric cello, and others, with songs about diversity, the state of the world and why you should drive slowly on Route 32. Life Goes On : Read more, listen, and buy the album...

Linq wins OUTstanding OUTmusician Award in 2010

Linq wins OUTstanding OUTmusician Award
for “Oh Bully”

On May 23, 2011 Linq won the OUTstanding OUTmusician Award at the 7th Annual 2011 OUTmusic Awards in New York City- for her newest release, "Oh Bully" - an urgent response to the recent and tragic school bullying suicides. Event Slideshow, Read more …

Linq wins 2009 Pride In The Arts Music Awards

Linq was named Musical Artist of 2009 in the
presented by the Stonewall Society Network.  
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Just Plain folks 2009 Music Awards


“Change the Picture” by Linq from CHANGE THE PICTURE, GEORGE! (also available on LIFE GOES ON) was one the 22 Political Song nominees in the 2009 Just Plain Folks Music Awards, literally the world's largest music awards with 42,000 albums and 560,000 songs received.


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