By Frank Yadkin – contributer

The Carolina’s bring about music in so many ways. Influence from earlier artists, current collaborations, and family ties.

Liz says…

| My best piece of advice is to not ever think, as an artist or a creator, that you’ve arrived — to just constantly see every day or every creative moment as a next stepping stone.

Liz Brasher is a relative newcomer to the Memphis music scene, but she embraces and embodies it like a lifer. Like the city she now calls home, her own sound is a mix of cultures and influences that she describes as “garage rock meets the Delta blues meets gospel meets soul.” Surrounding last year’s release of her EP Outcast and 2019’s full-length album Painted Image, both recorded in Memphis, Liz has been internationally hailed as a breakthrough artist, garnering touring slots with rock legends, blowing away festival audiences and landing a spot on Woodstock’s 50th Anniversary lineup. It’s only fitting that she’ll be making her first appearance at Beale Street Music Festival during Memphis’ bicentennial year celebrating the city as its featured location. Meet this week’s rockin’ FACE of Memphis, Liz Brasher!

Liz Brasher is a relative newcomer to the Memphis music scene, but she embraces and embodies it like a lifer. Like the city she now calls home, her own sound is a mix of cultures and influences that she describes as “garage rock meets the Delta blues meets gospel […]

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