There’s a powerful quote by Hans Christian Andersen that beautifully describes Lindsay Mulder. The saying goes: “Life is like a beautiful melody, and only the lyrics are messed up.” Throughout her life, Lindsay has sworn by the quote, and it’s this sense of poetic chaos that barely scratches the surface of her depth, but at least it’s not the parts she throws away.
Lindsay Mulder doesn’t have a tidy little story that’s neatly wrapped in a little bow; she’s not the type to lecture people about motivation. In fact, she has no real anecdotes about how fair and balanced life can be if someone simply just gets up and does something about it.
She is painfully aware that the world doesn’t work that way, and it’s Lindsay’s genuine disdain for this sense of order that has made her so captivating in the eyes of her audience. She sees herself as nothing more than a reflection of what she sees around her. She never understood the world, and the world never bothered to understand her either.
It was only until she found a companion in the form of sounds, chords, and notes, that she truly felt free and understood the world around her. The companion eventually became a close friend of hers as time went by, and as she grew older, the bond only grew stronger. When they were together, time seemed to go a little faster, and it’s all she could’ve ever hoped for. This friend, of course, was music.
As soon as her story takes an enlightening turn, it spirals down yet again into the depths of darkness. Lindsay then found herself afflicted with a drug and alcohol addiction. She reached a point in her life when nothing seemed to matter.
Fortunately, music was the light at the end of the tunnel, bringing her back and letting her embrace the loneliness as if it were a comfortable blanket. Nowadays, Lindsay looks back at all of the chaos through sober eyes as she watches herself take each slow step closer to eternal slumber. And along the way, she is allowing herself to do what she never could. She wants to live.
So she started her own company called Rock Prairie Productions LLC. Lindsay knew that if she had the platform, she could convince people who weren’t yet jaded by the horrors of life that there’s something worth saving on this earth.
“I want them to wake up and feel what I couldn’t: hope. I listen to them and their words and their narratives set to song. I hear their expressions of love and pain and hate. And I help them make sense of it as I did,” explains Lindsay.
So eloquently, Lindsay expresses that all of us have that final date with Death, but it doesn’t mean that we can’t dance to the door. Right now, she’s doing just that, and she loves every minute of it.
Above all else, Lindsay Mulder wants people to know that they aren’t alone. As a recovering addict herself and a trauma survivor, she knows the hardships that one must face in order to come out of this world unscathed.
People who have experienced trauma, substance abuse, and mental illness will greatly gravitate toward Lindsay’s music services. She wants these people to know that there is still a lot of hope left in the world, and much of it is theirs for the taking.
“It’s never too late to start living,” says Lindsay. “I’m looking for people who think that there is no hope for help. I actively seek out the misfits of society, those people who the world has seemingly left behind. It comes from a place of familiarity,” she adds.
It’s clear to see that Lindsay Mulder is unlike everyone else. She is carving her own path and living her own life without having to conform to society’s standards. “I have never been a conformist, and I’m not going to start now as someone who is middle-aged,” she asserts.To know more about Lindsay Mulder, make sure to check out her company’s official website. For more live updates, check out the company’s Facebook page as well.