In her early years she did studio (ghost) work for Charlie McCoy, Pete Drake, Bob Moore. She opened for a Alice Cooper concert at the age of 17.
Monterey Bay Blues Festival 2006 wrote "Teresa Lynne has been called the â€œLast Red Hot Mammaâ€ for her Etta James-style roadhouse blues, not to mention her gender-defying mastery of the harmonica. A Louisiana native, 20 years ago Lynne settled in Denver where she became a local favorite. Traveling with her kickinâ€™ blues band Monterey Bay Blues Festival music lovers are about to discover one of the Rockies best-kept secrets".
She has done many Blues Festivals in Colorado and has been a favorite at the Ski Resorts in Vail, Breckenridge, Crested Butte and Steamboat Springs.
James Meadows Rocky Mountain News â€œweather its train riffs, piercing high notes or flat out Boogie Woogieâ€¦Lynne can flat out blow harp!â€
Teresa has more than 20 years under her belt and more than a few war stories to tell.
Check out the artist's website:
1. Whats a Matter
2. Should've Been Mine
3. Whiskey Lies and Alibis
4. One More Lie
5. Watch Out Girl
6. I Just Wanna Make Love
7. Guess Who
8. Please Don't Dog Me
9. Got to Use My Imagination
10. Dog Chasin the Freight Train