Bio

Deeply personal and always authentic, Elizabeth has been writing music since she was 12 years old. Growing up in Tucson, AZ, surrounded by folk, mariachi, and old school rock music, she found her roots in the folk music scene of the southwest. She was a staple of folk music festivals in Arizona until she left to study theatre and vocal performance in upstate New York, where she performed at places such as The Little Theatre in Rochester and Bob Dylan's infamous spot, the historic Caffe Lena. After finishing her studies in 2022, she moved to NYC and has already played at the Bowery Electric, opened a New York fashion Week Show and played Breaking Sound. 

 

She released her first EP "Christina's World," which she co-produced with, and which was mixed and mastered by Hannah Jocelyn, in 2022.

 

In 2023, Elizabeth has released three singles“Evergreen,” “Drowning,”  and "her," and her sophomore EP, "Lost in Headlights" to acclaim. While she still holds onto some of her folk beginnings, she brings in a dreamy pop sound as well as her classical voice training to create something almost ethereal at times, a landscape of sound and words over a foundation of incredibly personal storytelling.