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Lisa Hindmarsh: Lost in a Summer Night

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Lisa Hindmarsh is probably a new name to you but, hopefully, not for long. This exceptional young singer currently lives in Pittsburgh (well, actually in McMurray, a few miles to the south). Lost in a Summer Night is her second CD, following last year’s debut, Now I Know. She is, seemingly, at her best when digging into melancholy songs like the title song, Andre Previn’s “Lost in a Summer Night.” “The lyrics evoke wonderful imagery,” Hindmarsh writes in her well-written ...