Lyn Liechty grew up in Madison, Wisconsin. She left her life of public high school at the age of
16 to attend the Interlochen Arts Academy, where she graduated with majors in Voice &
Theater. She then attended a University in St. Louis, MO where she earned her Bachelor of Fine
Arts degree in Musical Theater.
Lyn immediately moved to New York City right after graduation to begin the daunting and
difficult task of auditioning for shows. While auditioning at Radio City Musical Hall, she landed
the role of Ellen in the German Production of “Miss Saigon” and moved to Germany to begin the
next phase of her life. Lyn’s career took off while in Europe, and she found herself accepting
leading roles in World Premiere and European Premiere shows including “Tanz Der Vampire,”
with Jim Steinman and Roman Polanski, “Dracula,” (Original concept production with Frank
Wildhorn) and “Jekyll & Hyde.”
While gaining notoriety on stage, Lyn also stepped into the pop/rock world, where she recorded
duets including “L’Eternita” (with Italian singer Pierro Mozzochetti) and “Here In My Heart”
(with the world renown The Scorpions.) Lyn also hit the stage with Lionel Richie, as well as
whirlwind of television appearances across Europe including Top Of The Pops, The Bambi
Awards, the opening ceremonies of the Expo 2000, and many more.
Lyn has recorded many albums along the way, in addition to her cast albums. Lyn has recorded
solo albums, including the theatrical rock album “At Last,” and her lush and emotional
Christmas album “The Love Of Christmas” (Orchestrated and arranged by Emmy Award winner
Lyn’s latest project is the powerhouse recording of “More Than Wonderful,” with Lyn’s long
time friend, David Whitley. The incredible passion and emotionality that this recording stirs
from the combination of these two voices together, is only amplified by the brilliant
arrangements, beautiful orchestration and the added touch of a Dolby ATMOS mix.