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February 2018


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.

I'm glad to say that One More Forever, the solo bass recording I've long yearned to do is out in the world and working its' way into people's ears. It features original compositions plus "Let's Cool One" by Thelonious Monk and a rendition of one of my favorite tunes to play on, "Minority" by Gigi Gryce. The photos were shot in Ft. Tryon Park in upper Manhattan by the great photographer, Judy Schiller, and that's one of them on the banner of this page. Graphic designer, Scott Friedlander, who did such great work on both Undiscovered Country and Heyday Maker, did his usual fantastic job on this release as well. It also features liner notes by my longtime friend and colleague, Irish bassist, composer and educator, Ronan Guilfoyle.

The record grabbed the attention of distinguished Jazz writer, Bill Milkowski who rendered a glowing review, I'm proud to say. As the author of "The Extraordinary and Tragic Life of Jaco Pastorius",  the definitive biography of that giant of bass, (and a must-read), Bill definitely knows what he's talking about, so I'm very grateful for that. If you go to the "Reviews" section, you can read it.

“On One More Forever, the cavernous sonorities of Lindsey Horner's double bass propel listeners through an alhambra of blues shouts, Irish laments and Baroque gigues. His playing offers a foundation rooted in firm vamps from which are forged molten grooves and cascading melodies that are uplifting and soulful.”

- Greg Masters, author of “What All the Songs Add Up To”

Thanks, Greg!

The CD is available in physical form and digital download via the store on this website, as well as via CD baby and most streaming and download services, iTunes, Amazon, spotify, rhapsody etc.

Many of my bass heroes have tested their mettle by making an extended solo statement, Miroslav Vitous, Gary Peacock, Ron Carter, Dave Holland (who has made two - AND a solo cello record). It seemed that I'd put it off long enough so I went into the studio with the able support of my right hand man, Jeff Berman, who played drums on about half the tracks. Thus making it not entirely "solo" but I thought it would be more fun to have Jeff accompany me in his inimitable style. I've always been something of a groove player forming my tightest bonds with drummers and Jeff has been a part of so many of my projects. 

I do thank you for listening, downloading, buying and enjoying this project which has been near to my heart for a long time.



Sleeping Bee is the endeavor of myself and three longtime friends and musical running mates, Andy Goessling, Timothy Hill and Randy Crafton. The Band can best be described as " World Folk Jazz", and it seems to be growing each time we play together. We've almost finished a new recording and I do think that we are onto something. Our first recording, Heyday Maker, came out in 2013 and to be honest, we are quite pleased with it. We did most of the work at Randy Crafton's excellent Kaleidoscope Sound of Union City, New Jersey. The band has grown with the addition of singer and guitarist Timothy Hill. 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 more conventional singing. Heyday Maker is 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.


I'm in my sixth year with Eileen Ivers and Universal Roots, (Eileen took this somewhat rare photo of me playing baritone saxophone) I'm thrilled to be a part of this great band which includes guitarist, singer and fiddle player Matt Mancuso, three time All-Ireland champion button accordion player, Buddy Connolly, and percussionist and singer, Dave Barckow. 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