Elizabeth Price, an Indie Country Pop Rock singer from Kerrville, Texas, is a 14 year-old who has had quite a bit of experience doing what she loves to do, in such a short period of time. Her debut album, “Kiss Up Time,” is the result of a young lifetime of hard work and a whole lot of love from a lot of amazing people.
When Elizabeth was 4, she began singing some of her favorite songs, including “Delta Dawn” and “Over the Rainbow.” Her first stage performance came when she was 8 years old and won 1st place in her third grade talent show, singing “Love Can Build a Bridge” by The Judds. At age 9 she entered the “Kerrville’s Got Talent” show and made it to the semifinals. Around that time, she also sang at many shows, such as Jeff Griffith, Justin Haigh, J.W. Hardin and Charlie Robison, just to name a few. Some of the places where she has had the opportunity to sing in the Texas Hill Country are famous and historic, London Hall in London, the John T. Floore Country Store in Helotes and many others.
In August of 2011, Elizabeth was blessed to sing at the Gillespie County Fair in Fredericksburg, Texas on the night of the Johnny Lee and Jason Boland Show.
One of the highlights of Elizabeth’s career thus far has been to sing on Steve Hall’s nationally syndicated “Shotgun Red Variety Show” on the RFD television network in Nashville, Tennessee. It was a television appearance that aired in 2012 that resulted in a recording contract, when Playback Records President Jack Gale saw her performance and decided to produce “Kiss Up Time". This album has been played all over the world and the title track song "Kiss Up Time" was recently ranked #19 on the Indie World charts.
In 2012 she sang the National Anthem at the July 4th Picnic in Kerrville, Tx. at the Robert Earl Keen concert. She also had the honor of singing the Tivy High School Alma Mater at Tivy Stadium in Kerrville, Tx. in the celebration of The Heisman Trophy Winner Johnny Manziel. She has had amazing opportunity to share the stage with many more Legends, the Bellamy Brothers and John Anderson as well.
She was so thrilled to be on stage and sing her first duet with The Urban Cowboy Legend Johnny Lee and sing "The Yellow Rose of Texas" with him and along with Faron Young's "Hello Walls" written by Willie Nelson and also had the opportunity to sing "Airplane Light"one of her songs on her cd Kiss Up Time. Please view this video on Youtube.
In 2013 she had the honor of singing with Johnny Lee a few more times. She has had fun in her home town singing at the Easter Fest sharing the stage with Josh Murley who was on The Voice and local venues and has been spending a lot of her time and efforts into learning and playing the keyboard and guitar.
August 2014 she is so excited to be sharing the stage with another Legend Moe Bandy at the Gillespie County Fair in Fredericksburg, Tx..