Lindy, who writes lyric and melody, has landed other major covers including Nick Lachey's second hit single "I Can't Hate you Anymore" and songs by Faith Hill, JC Chasez, Anastacia, Shaggy,Nicole Scherzinger, Katherine McPhee, Jason Mraz, Jon Mclaughlin, Van Hunt, Clay Aiken, Bo Bice, Jesse McCartney, Michael Feinstein, Idina Menzel, Toni Braxton, Lisa Loeb and many other artists from all genres worldwide.
Lindy Robbins is an award- winning, multi- platinum selling songwriter who has co-written the recent Top 5 hit singles "What's Left of Me" (Nick Lachey) and "Incomplete" (The Backstreet Boys). She also co-wrote the Radio Disney smash and 2003 Disney Song of the Year; "Cinderella," for the Cheetah Girls; Taylor Hicks’ first single, "Just to Feel that Way;" Monica’s "Just Another Girl and numerous other charting singles for recording artists worldwide. Lindy’s other recent releases include multiple songs on the Backstreet Boys’ new album,”Unbreakable” including their hit single “Inconsolable;” and several songs on 2007 American Idol-winner Jordan Sparks’ debut release.
Lindy grew up in the San Fernando Valley and made her performing debut at her cousin’s bar mitzvah when she was three years old, accompanied by her late, gifted father whose passion for music has been always been a tremendous influence. In 1997 after a successful decade in theatre and clubs, she decided to stop performing and began to concentrate on being a full- time songwriter. She has never looked back. At a time in the music industry when securing placements is more competitive than ever, Lindy’s career is flourishing via her co-writes with major artists, writers and producers, as well as contributing songs to an impressive array of pop recording artists around the world.