Hi, I'm Lizzie. I'm a devoted and passionate country-pop singer/songwriter.
I draw a great deal of inspiration from the artists I've always looked up to and admired, both as musicians and as people. I try to write music that will touch people, and perhaps, even take them back to when they have had a similar experience.
I'm so very thankful to everyone who has been supportive of me and who has believed in me. I hope that you, too, will follow along with me on this journey.
Lizzie is 14 years old, and a freshman in high school in South Florida. Music and theater first got into Lizzie's heart and soul in the small town of Jackson, WY, where she has spent the greater part of every summer since she was born. She spent early childhood summers looking up to the actors and actresses at the Jackson Hole Playhouse, a community theater. It was there, at age 4, that she saw her first musical, Annie Get Your Gun. Lizzie is said to have been sitting in the front row during performances, singing out loud, to all of the songs, as the cast performed. Lizzie went on to participate in children's' shows, and then worked at the concession stand, and pre show, and eventually in the main show, as well as the daily "shoot-out" that is reenacted every night on the town square.
Growing up, Lizzie attended concerts of Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum, and others. She knew that she wanted to do what they do, just as she knew when she saw the performances at the Jackson Hole Playhouse.
Lizzie has recently opened for Jamie O'Neal and for Aaron Tippin. She has also recently been the featured performer at the Ocala, FL and Inverness, FL Rodeos. Lizzie has played at writer's nights at Nashville venues such as both Hotel Indigos, The Listening Room, The Red Rooster, and Rooster's BBQ, and has been a featured artist at the Commodore Lounge. Lizzie will be performing at Teddy Gentry’s (Alabama) 2013 birthday party in Nashville and at the Bluebird Café in Nashville in early 2013. Lizzie recently performed in the Grand Ballroom at The Waldorf Astoria Hotel at Couture Fashion Week in NYC. And, Lizzie has been the host of "Breaking Out", which is TCN - The Country Network's television show that showcases up and coming country artists.
Lizzie has also performed in 2012 at the Southern Women’s shows in Birmingham, AL, Jacksonville, FL and Orlando, FL.
Lizzie has toured the St. Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis, and hopes to play for the kids there, one day, soon. Lizzie has performed at the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital in Hollywood, FL and at the Ronald McDonald House in Nashville.
Lizzie sees herself as having a calling to perform on the big stage and to become a role model and inspiration to others.
People in the industry say they love working with Lizzie. She is clean cut, a breath of fresh air, a little old fashioned in certain ways, wholesome, fun loving, and very respectful of others. Lizzie is a genuine sweetheart.
With a whole lot of country and a hint of pop, Lizzie provides us with a great story, about overcoming life's obstacles, mistreatments and/or misfortunes, in her debut single, "Butterfly." Listeners will be surprised with her mature and deep sounds. Don't expect Lizzie to be a replica of any mainstream country artist because she definitely can hold her own when it comes to satiating a country music lover's appetite with her mature vocals and youthful lyrics.
Lizzie's debut single, "Butterfly," is being played on radio, and after several weeks of consecutive gains, it has already in the top 60 on the well-respected Music Row Country Music charts. The "in studio" music video of "Butterfly" is playing on GACtv.com, CMT.com and on TCN - The Country Network's television station.
Lizzie is currently working on her first studio full length album for release in 2013.