In the short time since her graduation from Boston’s renowned Berklee College of Music, singer-songwriter Liz Longley has assembled quite an impressive resume.
While best known for her stop-you-in-your-tracks voice, Liz has quickly built a reputation as an accomplished songwriter, crafting intimately personal portraits through a musical style tinged with a country flair reminiscent of Nanci Griffith and Shawn Colvin.
Now with the release of her new CD “Weightless,” the Philadelphia Weekly calls Liz “a city girl with a country sound,” while renowned singer-guitarist John Mayer, who happens to be a big fan, says her music is “gorgeous, just gorgeous.”
Liz is really on a roll these days, and if the previous year is any indication, her momentum won’t be slowing anytime soon.
The supporting act is Max Jury. Max Jury is a precious talent. We have all heard such claims before. But hearing is believing. A soft-voiced young piano playing singer-songwriter out of Des Moines, Iowa, Max Jury has struck a reach seam of pure, musical gold. His self-titled debut album is a classic in the making.