Born in Fairbanks, AK, in 1971, guitarist/singer/songwriter Lincoln Brewster was playing drums, guitar, and mandolin by the age of seven. By 12 he was fronting his own band, Lincoln and the Missing Links, with his mother Cheryl on bass and vocals. He moved to California at 15 and joined the high school jazz and marching band. By 19, through a series of connection in Los Angeles, he had the opportunity to sign a major record contract but found that his personal life was spinning out of control.
Christianity provided for Lincoln Brewster the tools and the solace he needed to continue not only making music, but to make it in a way that celebrated his newfound faith. He became a much sough-after session musician, touring with Journey’s Steve Perry for well over a year. After a brief stint in Oklahoma, Brewster and his wife relocated to Nashville to help build The Oasis Church, where he signed with the faith-based Integrity label and began recording his own music.
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