Gothic americana part deux – exclusive sneak peek at Liz Tormes’ Limelight

I’m proud to bring you the music of Liz Tormes. This Nashville transplant and current New Yorker’s first release, titled Limelight, has just been released. Ken Coomer (of Wilco fame) and Jeff Johnson produced and she was joined by special guests Teddy Thompson and Ollabelle’s Amy Helm (Levon’s daughter?!).
This is fairly stark yet beautiful music. I probably can’t say it much better than the Village Voice who raved,
Tormes plays a rich reverb-soaked guitar-based garage rock…powerful, haunting and rich, she is one to watch.”

It appears Liz has put this out herself and it’s only available as a cd-r (which makes it even cooler). Here’s two songs from the new cd and I encourage you to support independent artists by buying this now at Miles Of Music.

Without Truth

One Response to “Gothic americana part deux – exclusive sneak peek at Liz Tormes’ Limelight”

  1. countrygrrl says:

    faab voice!!! thanx for intro. will pass the word around about this find…great blog as always
    hope you had a grreat easter and had time to listen and chill!!!