Tony Lindsay achieved 11 Grammys on his mantle after spending 14 years as Santana's front man, says it was while recording the multi-platinum "Supernatural" CD that he got the idea for his project. Aside from performing and co-writing two of the songs on the hit CD, Lindsay paid close attention to all the varied performers. They all had a different sound, and that helped create an album that you could put on in a car and the kids, and parents and grandparents all had something to like. I think that's why "Supernatural" hit so big.
So, after 24 years as the front man for Santana, after 11 Grammy awards, after years of working with artists as diverse as Aretha Franklin, Teddy Pendergrass, Lou Rawls, Steve Winwood and Curtis Mayfield, Tony Lindsay is finally betting on himself. He wrote the songs, developed the concept and sought out the producers. Lindsay is poised to establish himself as an internationally known singer. With his eponymous CD, Tony Lindsay, he may well have created a timeless classic. The disk is already garnering airplay across the country on stations such as WGPR-Detroit, KBLX-Oakland/SF, KOKY Little Rock, WMGL, Charleston, SC, plus stations in Belgium, Netherlands and Starlight of Europe.