Lynn a singer/songwriter/guitarist currently endorsed by the Dean Markley Company, Wizard Amplification and Goodsell Amps. She first garnered a world-wide fan base following the release in 2002 of a limited edition single of her self-penned "IF WE BELIEVE", featuring superstar guitarist Brian May of QUEEN.  "If We Believe" is a positively themed song about racial tolerance and has garnered much attention around the Internet and gained Lynn many new fans from all around the world since its release. There were just 1,000 of the limited edition signed and hand numbered singles of the song printed, making the disc a highly collectable item for anyone who is a fan of Lynn, Brian May or supergroup QUEEN. Some of the proceeds of "If We Believe" have been sent to the Mercury Phoenix Trust, a charitable organization founded by the surviving members of Queen and their manager following singer Freddie Mercury's untimely death of AIDS in 1991. The organization donates funds to worthy AIDS related charities in all corners of the globe.  CD #1 of 1,000, signed by both Lynn and Brian May, was also auctioned off to the highest bidder with all proceeds going to a memorial fund for a special UK boy and Queen fan, Connor Ruscoe.  The funds were donated to his school and hospitals which cared for him in his memory. "If We Believe" also appears on Lynn's full length CD "YOU LIKE IT CLEAN", but has been remixed and features a new vocal by Lynn, so it is an alternate version of the song appearing on the CD than the previously released charity single. Lynn's 11 song CD "YOU LIKE IT CLEAN" also contains a second song graced by the guitar and vocal talent of Brian May - a rocked up, modern version of the classic 1984 Pat Benatar hit, "We Belong". The songwriters of "We Belong" (Eric Lowen & Dan Navarro) also appear on the song singing background vocals to Lynn's lead along with Brian May on the choruses.  Lynn has known the songwriters of "We Belong" personally for a number of years and when Eric Lowen was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) while Lynn was in the planning stages of her album, she decided to record their most well- known song to not only pay tribute to Lowen & Navarro's talent as songwriters, but also to help bring awareness to the devastating disease that is ALS. Sadly, Eric Lowen lost his life to ALS in March of 2012. Lynn's version of "We Belong" is a dramatic departure from the original and is the only cover song on her 11 song CD, the other other 10 songs were written by Lynn in their entirety (words & music). In addition to Brian May and the writers of "We Belong", there are many musicians of note appearing on Lynn's record.  They include Stacy Jones (drums) and Jamie Arentzen (guitar), frontman and guitarist respectively for the rock band "American Hi-Fi" (best known for their 2002 hit single "Flavor Of The Weak") and currently touring with Miley Cyris, Chris Johnson, programmer of the smash hit single for Evanescence, "Bring Me To Life", Frank Gryner, producer/programmer to many well-known artists such as Tommy Lee and Rob Zombie, Danny Miranda, formerly the long time touring bassist of Blue Oyster Cult, Sasha Krivtsov, currently the bassist in the house band of the mega-hit singing competition series "The Voice, and drummer Mark Schulman, who has toured or recorded with the likes of Cher, Foreigner, Pink, Stevie Nicks, Sheryl Crow and many other superstar artists. Lynn is also known on the Internet as the founder of GuitarGirls.com, which she founded in an effort to connect with and help promote up and coming female singer/songwriter/guitarists, and the co-owner of the Los Angeles area recording studio, Skip Saylor Recording, with her record producer/mixer husband, Skip Saylor. The studio has seen a long and illustrious list of hit artists through its doors. For more information about the studio, please visit http://skipsaylor.com Lynn is a very charity minded artist and has extended her time and fundraising efforts to not only efforts to find cures for diseases like ALS and AIDS, but has also been actively involved in anti-drunk driving campaigning and fund raising for high profile anti-drunk driving organizations such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and the suicide prevention organization, The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). Academically, Lynn holds a Bachelor's degree with honors in Communications (Radio, Television and Film track) and a Music Minor from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and is involved in another area of performing arts as an active member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) with small parts in films and television to her credit. Currently, she is writing music for her follow up record to "You Like It Clean" and writing songs for several up and coming artists. © Lynn Carey Saylor / SSRC, Inc 2014