Singing Love, Singing Life.

Liza Ellen began writing at 7, singing at 12. Her path took her into acting, singing and dancing through church, small local productions and school events from elementary through High School and into College.

Not until she was 21 did she decide to pursue a career in healing arts. After a spellbinding meeting with her purpose to the sound of Lauryn Hill’s “I gotta find peace of mind” Liza decided to take her gifts seriously and thus began the climb.

About me

As an undergrad at San Diego State University she sang background for local artists and continuing her work as a poet. In 2005, Liza Ellen moved to Texas and became a mother.

While in Texas, she joined the groups Caleb Dicking and Friends and 2AM, was cast in the opening cast of Tucker’s Blues. There she shared the stage with Blues Legend Lucky and Tamara Peterson, Broadway’s Liz Mikel, Producer, Singer, Actress and Writer Sheran Keyton.

Tucker’s Blues served as her live performance boot camp. Since then, she’s been singing with Dallas’ top musicians and bands and began her ascension into her own brand of music and performance.

Lauryn Hill/ Bob Marley’s Turn Your Lights Down Low

This year Liza Ellen began standing on her own, performing in venues all around DFW and recently the Dallas Museum of Art as well as on Channel 4‘s Good Day Dallas. Liza Ellen is now a genre spanning artist in the Dallas Arts Rennaisance.

Singing World Music, Jazz, Folk Music, R&B, Latin Jazz, Gospel and Neo-Soul. Her EP, “Everything’s Okay” is set for a release soon. Be on the look out. You want to see this!

The Life Musical: My First Time on T.V.!!!


Head Knockin’



Thanks Yvette Brooks

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