Cyndi Limbaugh Torres is a native of Michigan but she has lived in the Nashville area since 1988. Her family were native Southerners. It is that mix of Detroit Rock, Motown Soul and Southern Roots that have given her an eclectic sound as a songwriter. “I try to write my heart out. Sometimes it’s messy and sometimes it’s beautiful.” This is her motto. Her song “In Lonesome Dove” was a co-write with Garth Brooks and was included on his 3rd CD, Ropin’ The Wind. She was a founding member of the Bluegrass Gospel group “Jordan’s Angels”, and received a nomination for Bluegrass Gospel Group of the Year from the Bluegrass Music Association International . She has also had songs cut by independent artists, including Dallas Remington. She continues to write with up an coming artists as well as other great and seasoned songwriters and performs at Kimbro’s Pickin Palor; The Commodore Grill; The Millennium Maxwell House; Douglas Corner; The Last Chance Saloon; The Famous Saloon in the Middle Tennessee and Nashville area.