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  • Writer's pictureElaine Ryan

4/19/23 Lindsay Wolfington + Syrian Earthquake Survivors

Passionate about music and what it brings to the moving picture, Lindsay Wolfington has been working in music supervision for 19 years. She is known for her work on the television show One Tree Hill, where she featured over 1,700 songs from breaking artists and iconic names like Led Zeppelin and U2, and more recently for her work on the hit Netflix movies To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and To All the Boys: PS I Still Love You.

Lindsay Wolfington won the 2018 Guild of Music Supervisors Award for her work on To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and has received four nominations for her work on The Royals and The Sing Off. In 2013, Lindsay won the Sunset Sessions Award for Best Music Supervision in a Reality TV Show.

Check out some of her more current projects on her IMDB page.


Both Mike Ladman and Lindsay Wolfington wanted to help raise money for the earthquake survivors in Turkey and Syria. So far Syria has struggled more to receive aid because it's also a war-torn country with less infrastructure and weaker governance.

This month we'll raise money for The Syrian American Medical Society, as they are one of the highest-rated charities for fundraising for the earthquake rebuilding and they have an established connection with Syria.


Donate a minimum of $10 to the The Syrian American Medical Society

I'm implementing a minimum of $10 because the causes are important and the guests we are having on these listening sessions deserve to have their time valued - they are participating so that they can help raise this money! Please submit proof of your donation including the amount.


$800 raised for the Syrian American Medical Society

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