imageLindsay Pagano (born Lindsay Megan Pagano on June 22, 1986 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a former teen pop singer from the 2000s.

Lindsay grew up in a musical family: her mother is a singer & her dad is a bassist. She got her big break after her 13th birthday when songwriter Pat Bunch decided to work with her. He later delivered a video of Lindsay singing to songwriter\producer Jude Cole.

After working on a demo with him, she was signed to Warner Bros. Records in 2000.
imageIn 2001, Lindsay released her debut single “Everything U R.” The song was featured in an AOL commercial, dubbing Lindsay “the AOL Girl.” The song peaked at #8 on Billboard’s Hot 100 Singles Sales chart and received a lot of exposure on the radio.

The song was later used as the theme song to the short-lived WB Network sitcom “Maybe It’s Me” and also appeared on the soundtrack to “American Pie 2.” Lindsay was also signed by Reebok and appeared in their advertisements.
imageIn November of that same year, Lindsay released her debut album “Love, Faith & Inspiration.” It’s unknown how or if the album made the charts at all. The album even featured a duet with Paul McCartney. She has also gone on tour with Aaron Carter & boy band Dream Street.

In 2002, Lindsay appeared as herself on the Cartoon Network series “What’s New, Scooby Doo?” A year later in 2003, she appeared on the NBC series “American Dreams” as one of the members of the 1960s girl group, the Shangri-Las.

In a 2004 interview with “Vainquer Teens Magazine,” Lindsay said that she was beginning to record a new album, but nothing much was heard about it.

In August of 2007, she won “Good Day Philadelphia”‘s singing competition “Philly Idol,” but never made it past the first round. In 2008, she  was signed to The Matrix’s record label, Let’s Hear It Records, but the label shut down before Lindsay ever released any music from it.

In 2009, Lindsay began releasing songs on her YouTube page and released the single “I Gotta Stop.”

In 2014, Lindsay appeared on the sixth season of the NBC network singing competition “The Voice,” but was eliminated in the first Battle Rounds. These days, she works at a doctor’s office and is a member of a Philadelphia wedding band called The Heartbeats.

To see the music video for “Everything U R,” go to:

To see the music video for “I Gotta Stop,” go to:

To see a fan-made video of “Lady Marmalade” (which she sang on “The Voice”),  go to:

[updated on 08-30-2016]

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