The still above features Lindsey Webster from her music video for “Fool Me Once” on YouTube. Screenshot by Phillip Martin, using a smartphone.
Lindsay Webster is about to set a new record.
Her fully vocal-led single “Fool Me Once” will become the first of its kind — ever — to lead four consecutive weeks on the mostly instrumental Billboard “Smooth Jazz Songs” chart. The single will reign as the top song through March 19.
Three weeks ago, Webster’s song first achieved a rare milestone. The single became the second vocally-led song to lead the chart all-time. (Sade’s “Soldier of Love” was the first, in 2010.)
Below is Webster’s reaction on her Facebook page this past Monday:
After earning two rare achievements for a vocalist on the contemporary jazz chart, Webster also shared on Facebook her appreciation to her followers: