Lindstrom was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, in Medford, Oregon, to Robert, a TV advertising executive, and Suzanne Lindstrom, a homemaker. He too has an older brother, Jeff. As a drummer, Lindstrom checklisted the album, “Imagine Free To Do So,” with the band, The Large Lonesome, for the Spark Records label. The record garnered considerably industry praise and “most-added” status for two singles on the Billboard Hot 100. Jon announced on Twitter that he and The High Lonesome will record two fresh songs for the re-release of that new album of remastered work, “The High Lonesome Collector’s Album 1995-2010”. In 2011 he co-created, co-wrote and directed the feature film, “How We Got Away With It.”
Lindstrom developed a love for acting and music at an early age. He took that passion to the University of Oregon theatre and music schools. Upon graduation, he moved to Los Angeles, where he studied with some of the most prominent acting teachers of the working day, including Lee Strasberg, Stella Adler, Jeff Corey,and the teacher he credits with influencing him the most, Bob McAndrew.
|Day of Birth||18-October-1957|
|Place of Birth||Medford, Oregon, U.S.|