Linq (Diane Lincoln), Massachusetts-based singer/songwriter
Diane has always lived in Massachusetts and went into her family business. For Diane, her life has taken an interesting twist. At an age when many look forward to retirement, she is kicking it up, cranking it out, and defying stereotypes. In December 2002 she decided that it was time to start sharing her music with the public as Linq, and she hasn’t looked back. She released a single called “War Machine” in June 2003, and her first full length CD, “Journey”, was released in July 2004. Linq’s music twists and turns from folk/rock to classic rock, from love and loss, to political, and from serious to outright fun.
On November 30, 2004 Linq sold her pharmacy to be able to spend more time writing and recording. Her latest CD “Fast Moving Dream” (June 2006), resonates with life experience without resorting to trite and tired images.Woman-Stirred Radio is a queer cultural journal that celebrates and preserves the lives and work of gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgendered artists, musicians, writers, academics and policy makers.
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