Elizabeth Butler came into music in a non-traditional way. From her Dad’s love of Roy Clark on Hee Haw and listening to Eddy Arnold records on Sunday afternoons, to singing the Georgia Tech fight song with her siblings, music was always a presence in their household. Her style is a "smooth gumbo of sound", and the listener can easily pick out country, pop, jazz, and blues influences amidst an undeniably unique sound that is steeped in years of practice and stacks of vinyl...
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