Liz Longley

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  • Liz Longley

    This show was on Mar 13th, 2018 | 208 people watched
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    • Mar 14
      The music
    • Mar 14
      What was your favorite part of the performance?loved her performance, as usual!!!! I felt bad hat the feed didn't work well. Things got straightened out, and her voice was beautiful, as it usually is💜
    • Mar 15
      What was your favorite part of the performance? We love Liz and are never disappointed with her performances, but the quality of the live stream was not good. Too much freezing and temporary disconnecting of the video
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  • Liz Longley - COVERS

    This show was on Jan 23rd, 2018 | 206 people watched
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    • Jan 23
      It's like sitting in a room with a friend, one who is awfully good at singing and playing the guitar and piano. Liz knows how to connect with an audience. Thanks for a great 55 minutes.
    • Jan 23
      Liz, that was a special show. Thanks for singing your heart out. I especially enjoyed that Patty Griffin cover. Kayl always loved that song. Would be cool to see you come to the south sometime! Happy birthday and please please please keep writing!
    • Jan 24
      Liz's impeccable performance skills and charming personality --- it was a fun evening !
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Weightless, the new album from acclaimed singer/songwriter Liz Longley, will be released on August 26th via Sugar Hill Records. The winning transformation of her songwriting from the personal into the universal plays brilliantly on Weightless, the highly anticipated follow-up to Longley’s eponymous 2015 Sugar Hill Records debut, which earned accolades from critics, who proclaimed the album “a... more

Weightless, the new album from acclaimed singer/songwriter Liz Longley, will be released on August 26th via Sugar Hill Records. The winning transformation of her songwriting from the personal into the universal plays brilliantly on Weightless, the highly anticipated follow-up to Longley’s eponymous 2015 Sugar Hill Records debut, which earned accolades from critics, who proclaimed the album “a thing of beauty,” (Popdose), and praised her “captivating stories set to tunes that will be running through your head after a single spin.” (American Songwriter)
Longley recorded the 10-song collection in Nashville with Bill Reynolds (Band of Horses, Avett Brothers, Lissie), and she is joined by a vibrant group of musicians including Secret Someones’ drummer Zach Jones, Jimmy Wallace on piano (Gavin DeGraw, Kenny Wayne Shepherd), Dave Roe (Dan Auerbach, Sturgill Simpson) on bass, and the esteemed Kenny Vaughan (Lucinda Williams, Rodney Crowell) on guitar.
Weightless luxuriates in bold pop with rock-and-roll edges. Crunchy, percussive guitars cushion the defiant songbird melodies Longley uses to deliver bittersweet lyrical punches that explore the complexities of relationships, rather than the fairy tale.
While the new album’s triumphant embrace of lush pop-rock marks a musical evolution for Longley, the starkly personal lyrics and clear vignettes that have defined her songwriting to date remain. “The songs I am drawn to singing every night are the ones that carry the most truth, the ones that I relate to no matter where I am in my life,” she explains. “This record is made up of those kinds of songs.”
“What’s the Matter” saunters into dicey relationship questions with confidence, crackling with electric guitar and vocals that are somehow angelic and menacing at the same time. Songs “Weightless” and “Swing” capture two distinct yearnings for freedom, while “Electricity” explores love’s invigorating and maddening buzz.
By vulnerably digging into her own stories, Longley keeps giving the rest of us the words and melodies to share what we feel, but struggle to express. “In the process of writing these songs, I felt empowered and re-focused on what is important in life,” she says. “Songwriting is the cheapest form of therapy. It helps make sense of situations and emotions that aren’t yet understood. Then the hope is that it helps someone else, because everything feels better when you can sing about it.”
Since the release of her self-titled album (2015) Longley has been immersed in writing and tirelessly touring. Longley also curates monthly Concert Window performances featuring her and a special guest, allowing fans a more personal look into her life as Longley broadcasts live from her living room. Liz will tour with her band this fall, with stops including New York, Chicago, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Seattle, Portland and Los Angeles. Full tour dates listed on lizlongley.com

Weightless is out August 26.

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