Best known for her stop-you-in-your-tracks voice and deeply emotional music, Liz Longley is an accomplished singer-songwriter based out of Nashville, TN. She has earned accolades from some of the most prestigious songwriting competitions in the country. Her albums received critical acclaim and her most recent release, Funeral For My Past, is no exception. It has been described as a “…stunning new album!” (Forbes), “…from Americana to gospel-flavored soul to shimmering pop anthems” (Billboard), and included in “100 Albums Released in 2020 to Put on Your Radar” (Newsweek).
Now based out of Nashville, the Pennsylvania native and Berklee College of Music grad worked on Funeral For My Past alongside 5-time Grammy-nominated producer Paul Moak. The journey of her self-release made music industry headlines when her devoted fanbase raised over $150,000 to help her purchase the rights to and independently release the album. Longley became the #4 most funded solo female musician in Kickstarter history - a story covered by Billboard Magazine. Longley has found a loving give-and-take with listeners: she shares her music with the world, enriching fans’ lives, and in return, they provide her with the means necessary for her to make music on her own terms.
Sarah Peacock has a rabid fan base, a voice that could stop hearts, and her latest album Burn The Witch is full of songs that could burn your house right down. Burn the Witch is a brawny, life-affirming set that digs into themes of perseverance, overcoming personal struggles, finding redemption in the ashes and what freedom should feel like. She works her magic across every single moment, each syllable diligently carrying its weight and heart. The music is expertly packaged and delivered with a sense of urgency while never feeling heavy-handed or exploitative. Burn the Witch is about truth and understanding of humanity, and Peacock will not back down until the whole world is listening.
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