Florida based artist management company LouDo Music (a unit of the Infinity record label) have not been modest about their most recent signing, fourteen-year-old vocal prodigy Kelly Lynn. "We think that Kelly-Lynn is the future of contemporary Christian music," relayed LouDo Vice President Mike Lewis to PR Newswire.
With her new deal, producers such as Tim Coons (Backstreet Boys, Rob Thomas), Ron Dante (Barry Manilow), and Ted Perlman have expressed great interest in working with Lynn, whose music ministry Paul Weston called a “guiding light.”
That Lynn is destined for success was already apparent in the production of Kelly’s first album, Look Through The Sky, which was recorded in the UK last year. While in England, Lynn worked with such personalities as producer Al Steele, composer Paul Weston, guitarist Nigel Jenkins, and renowned vocal instructor Louise Ryan, trainer of current CCM artist Charlotte Church.
While the six track album gained little public recognition, it is clear that Lynn’s new management is preparing her for what will be her big public debut. "She has the talent and charisma to be a dominant force in the Christian music market in the coming years, and we're very lucky to be associated with her,” said Lewis in the same exchange with PR Newswire.
Lynn, who will, “change the way you view contemporary Christian music,” (www.kelly-lynn.com) will definitely be one to watch for in the near future.