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Sleeping Bee - new album

February 2015


Welcome to the website of Lindsey Horner, I hope you enjoy your visit. To hear musical samples from many of my recordings, please stop by the store!




Sleeping Bee is the brainchild of my longtime musical brother, Andy Goessling, and myself. The Band can best be described as "Transcendent Acoustic Alt Folk Jazz Celt Grass", and it seems to be growing each time we play together. Our first recording, Heyday Maker, has been out for awhile and to be honest, we are quite pleased with it. We did most of the work at Randy Crafton's excellent Kaleidoscope Sound and Randy also lent his considerable percussion artistry to the proceedings. We have been rehearsing new material and have expanded the concept by adding the singer and guitarist Timothy Hill to the band. I have known Timothy for many years and have longed to make more music with him. He specializes in harmonic singing whereby two or more notes can be sung at once - as well as the more conventional kind of singing.

As some may know, Andy has been a member of the genre-crossing band Railroad Earth since its inception and the record continues to be on sale at all Railroad Earth shows. It is also available through this site - go to the store to view, listen and purchase -  and also at CD Baby:

As you can see above, there is a special section on this website dedicated to all things Sleeping Bee.

Here's a look at the cover art:



I'm looking forward to a run of March gigs with Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul. We'll be in Minneapolis and the North Texas Irish Festival outside Dallas as well as some New England shows that will take us to one of my favorite venues, The Flynn Theater in Burlington, Vermont.  I'm thrilled to be a part of this great band which also features guitarist Greg Anderson, three time All-Ireland champion button accordion player, Buddy Connolly and the "blue eyed soul of Irish music", singer and percussionist, Tommy McDonnell. We had a great run of holiday concerts culminating in no less than five shows with the San Diego Symphony. I've yet to do a gig with Eileen and the lads where the audience was not on their feet raving at the end. For more information on the band and touring schedule, go to