Linda Copeland, aka Lynn Tate, is a small-town girl with sky-reaching talent! She has an eclectic, country alternative style paired with the gritty organic flair of a pop/urban sound that is second to none. 

Lynn was born in Tuskegee, Alabama, and then moved to a small town outside of Portland, Oregon, where she played in a rock and roll band and sang in the church choir. It was while performing in the choir that she gained her passion for singing and began to understand and develop her own style. 

When Lynn moved to Atlanta, GA, she joined the all-girl band Noralynn Rowe as the rapper of the group for a few years. After she left, she focused on the music she absolutely loved – her unique organic country/pop alternative.

Lynn Tate’s style organically separates her from the hordes of generic pop, country, and R&B performers in the marketplace – placing her in the realm of a chosen few. It brought her to the attention of others in the industry, creating opportunities to perform at venues with industry greats such as:

Auburn Fest with V103 / Growing Up Hip Hop / Opening for Johnnie Blaze / Love and Hip Hop / Opening for Spicy / Jazzepha / Stevie J / Zaytoven / Blac Elvis / Jagged Edge / Big Bank Black / Fetty Wap / 2 Chainz / Rich Homie Guan / Shawty Lo / Pastor Troy / Mase

Singing isn’t the only talent Lynn possesses. She’s also an actress. She’s played in movies such as Underground Railroad, Respect, and Undercover Brother. She’s also put her experience in front of the camera to good use behind the camera by directing her own short films. Singing, acting directing – Lynn is an all-around superstar!

Still, her first love is singing, and her distinct sound is here for the world to hear and love:

1. 75 south.

2. Coming home

3. Can we be

4. Country Love

5. Chattahoochee

6. Heels on

7. I don’t care.

8. Ready

“My favorite artist is Tina Turner. Honestly. For a long time, since I was 16, I would record and only listen to my own music, and that’s why my sound is so different. I’m a country girl from Alabama. That’s where the country comes from.

All I want is for people to hear my stories through my music, what I went through in life, and it’s time to tell my story.”

Linda Copeland, aka Lynn Tate.