It's rodeo time in Houston---Cowboy hats, horses and boots----yeehaw!!! This a BIG deal here in H-town and the rodeo goes on for about 3 weeks. The band has been busy playing rodeo parties, trailrides and the worlds largest BBQ cookoff in the Astrodome parking lot. It's alot of fun!
I can't believe we're starting a new year already! We've had a lot of challenges in 2008 with my sisters battle with breast cancer, damages from hurricane Ike and the sudden loss of my brother-in-law. All our lives are filled with trials of some kind--some good and some bad. We gather strength from each other and move on.
I've got a new cd coming out next month that I'm really excited about! I think we've got some great songs and I'm anxious to get it out there to the listeners. I'm also planning a trip to the Country Music Messe in Berlin, Germany. I was there 2 years ago and had a blast. Our overseas audiences really love country music and I can't wait to go back!
This Christmas season was one filled with excitement and sadness. It started off full of holiday spirit with all the usual shopping and planning. We had a wonderful time visiting with family and friends. On December 26th, my brother-in-law collapsed and died with a blood clot in his leg. He was 39 years old and left behind a wife and 4 little kids under 12. He was my husband's only sibling. He was the kind of guy that never met a stranger and always had a big smile on his face. We will miss him! This has been a terrible shock to our family but we will get through it. Special thanks to everyone for the cards and condolesences.
8/17/1969 - 12/26/2008
It's good to be back in the swing of things!! Yeehaw!! This is a busy time of year with festivals and holiday parties. Just got back from the Roots Music Festival in San Marcos. The conference was great and got to meet and mingle with alot of music industry people. It's always fun to go to these things and meet other acts that you've heard about. Unfortunately, the weather didn't cooperate with the outdoor festival and had to be cancelled. However, if you've got a group of musicians around you can bet we'll have a picking party in the hotel lobby til the wee hours of the morning. We did!
Just a few updates for ya....my sister who was diagnosed earlier in the year with breast cancer is doing great! She finished up her chemo and is now going through radiation. Great attitude and trucking right along. I keep getting
sidetracked on the new CD but I've got a gal in Austin working on the artwork.
I wish all of you and safe and wonderful Thanksgiving!!
This is my favorite time of year! I love the weather and the Fall colors. We're still working through hurricane issues but we're almost done Got everything painted and been out shopping for furniture.
I was so honored to be asked to attend the Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Floyd Domino (formerly w/Asleep @ Wheel) invited me to sing Bump Bounce Boogie with his all star band and what a band it was!! Incredible! That is the event of all events to attend if you're a Western Swing fan. You can see alot of name acts in one place. Lynn Anderson, Darrell McCall, Texas Playboys, Bobby Flores, Amer Digby Billy Mata, Ginny Mac...the list goes on. So glad I went and they've asked me to be one of the sheduled performers next year.
What a month this was!! It started out great as I went to Hastings, NE to play the Miles of Memories festival. Met so many wonderful people and got to hear and play lots of great music. A special treat was getting to spend time with my family that came over from other parts of NE.
Then Hurricane Ike paid a visit to the south and created alot of destruction for people. My house flooded and we lost power for 3 weeks. We've been living out of boxes as we put everything back together. The magnitude of this storm was unbelievable! My heart goes out to those folks that lost everything.
I attended the AWA awards in Garland, TX where I was nominated for Western Swing Artist of the Year. I didn't win but I was sure excited to see Carolyn Martin win. Thrilled to sing in the show and share the stage with my friends Curtis Potter and Justin Trevino. We have too much fun when we get together!
I finished up Sept @ Gene Autry Festival in OK. That is an amazing place! If you love cowboys, you've got to see this musuem. Tex and Mary Schutz really know how to put on a festival. It was a fun filled weekend and got to open for one of my favorite singers-Gene Watson.
Bump Bounce Boogie debuts @ #2 on the European Hot Disc charts.
The 1st single from Liz Talley's new CD "More Than Satisifed" has been sent to radio and has created alot of excitement! The jumping little tune debuted at #2 on Hot Disc and continues to stay in the Top 5! Floyd Domino Asleep at the Wheel) loved her version of his song so much he invited her to sing it with his group at the Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium in Ruidosa, New Mexico Oct 10-12th.
The nominees for the Academy of Western Artists Awards have been announced. Liz Talley has been nominated for Female Vocalist in the Western Swing category as well as the Pure Country Category. The awards will be held September 23rd in Garland, Texas.
Liz with Floyd Domino & Maryann Price
Wishing everyone a Safe and Happy 4th of July!
"All of us Texans are so excited about the Grand Opening
of XM Radio's Willies Place in Carl's Corner, TX on July 3rd.
We've been waiting a long time for this day! "I'm not on the show but I'll be there to to support this great station and you can bet your boots there'll be plenty of real country music!
I'm looking forward to meeting Catfish in person and hug his neck!" says Liz.
Liz will be in Llano, TX on July 5th for a benefit for Kelly Spinks and his great band. They were all seriously injured when they hit a cow on the way home from a gig in Fredericksburg. "Those boys are lucky to be alive! Liz says " This could happen to any of us driving home in the middle of the night. There's a bond between musicians and when a brother's down, we all rally together to help them! My prayers are with Kelly and the boys and I'll be there to lend a hand."
Birthday wishes go out to Liz Talley June 29th!
As most of you know Liz had a duet with the remarkable Billy Yates on the 1st CD called "It's Time to Cross That Bridge." The song has proved to be one of the favorites among dj's/listeners worldwide and was even nominated by the ECMA for Vocal Collaboration of the Year! "I thought it was a great song and that it would make a good duet so I asked Billy if he would sing it with me. I had no idea that it would be so popular!" says Liz.
"As we were going through songs for the new CD, I knew up front that I wanted to have another duet." explains the singer. Liz knows how to pick good songs and duet partners! "We just recorded a great Billy Yates song called "What We Don't Have". "I asked a good friend of mine Tony Booth that's right here in Texas if he would sing it with me. Tony is a wonderful singer and I hope the fans will like what we came up with" Liz says.
I'd like to thank everyone that included my sister Alice in their prayers. She was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer and had us pretty nervous for awhile. She has quite a few challenges ahead of her with chemo and radiation, but things are looking much better! We appreciate all you prayer warriors.
In other news....We've decided on a name for the new CD. It's called "More Than Satisfied". We're very anxious to get the new material out there! No release date has been set at this time.
MARCH / APRIL
Liz has been in Cherokee Village, Arkansas laying down the vocals for the new CD and enjoying some R&R time with producer Doug Deforest. "We worked hard and got everything done" said the singer "and had time to visit with some friends."
The singer got a 1st hand look of the tornado damage that went through Ark/Tenn. "You see this stuff on tv, but when you're seeing it with your own eyes it's unbelievable! My heart goes out to these people!" says Liz.
2008 Female Vocalist Nominee
Liz Talley has been nominated for the 2008 Female Vocalist of the year by European Country Music Awards. The talented Texan has been stirring things up in the overseas market since the release of her 1st single "Texas in Your Swing". Every release over the past year has been well received by radio landing at the top of the ECMA charts!
"I was thrilled to get the news and I want to thank all the dj's for playing my music. There's alot of great gal singers out there and it means alot to me to get nominated!" says Liz. "We have a new CD coming out soon that I'm really excited about. Lots more honkytonk and swing, I think the fans are gonna like it".
Theres still no release date for the new CD but I guarantee it's gonna be worth waiting for!
Happy New Year
Our best to you in 2008
Liz Talley & Family
I'm saddened by the loss of my XM buddy Noot McClain who passed away on Dec 3rd. Noot became a celebrity around the country from his on air visits with Eddie Kilroy/Willies Place every morning. I don't think either one of us realized how much he helped get my name out to the public by talking about me on the radio. I'm grateful for that but I'm thankful I got to know the man. He was something else!
They say that you can find treaures in the most unlikely places and I had no idea that we would become the best of friends when we met. We laughed, we argued, we picked on each other and enjoyed every minute of it! I'd take my guitar and go play for him @ the No Tab Bar or the feed store. People have asked me if Noot is for real, they thought he was a character on the radio. He was a good man and yes he was the Real Deal....
Rest in peace my friend, we'll miss ya!
I'd like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and a safe trip if you're traveling the highways. We spend Thanksgiving at my sisters and like everyone else eat way too much. Don't forget the best part....the pie!
I've been listening to alot of demos and there are some great songs out there. It's really tough to decide which songs to keep or drop when you have so many to choose from. We've been in the studio recording and I'm really getting excited about the new project. I'm keeping it country!
Happy Fall ya'll!
This is my favorite time of year....when all the leaves start changing and it begins to cool off (unless you live in Texas!) I really enjoyed my trip to Iowa and jamming with banjo extraordinaire Bobby Atkins and a great young talent Seth Mulder. We met for the 1st time @ the festival & the three of us played like we had been playing together for years! It was just magic! We played for each others shows, hung out together and had the best time. Look forward to picking with those boys again. Great to visit with Bobby G. Ricewho I hadn't seen him in years. Also enjoyed meeting Tommy Horton, great entertainer!
I went on my 1st cruise and had an absolute blast...that is the way to vacation!
But my vacation is over and it's time to get back to work.
Shucking corn and singing a song....Aug 30th - Sept 1st
Hi everybody....dropping by to personally say hello and I hope everyone has a safe Labor Day Weekend.
I'll be attending the 32nd National Olde-Time Country Bluegrass Festival in Missouri Valley, Iowa right in the middle of the cornfields! It's a 7 day festival and thousands of people go through there. If you're in the area, come join us! Jim Ed Brown, Charlie McCoy, Bobby G. Rice, Red Steagall and others will be there. Hope to make some new fans and should be great fun! My uncle and cousins are coming over from Nebraska and I'm really looking forward to visiting with family while I'm there.
I've got a new single out. It's a remake of Carl Smith's "Before I Met You". This was one of the songs that
XM Radio/Willies Place chose to play on their station. I'm very grateful for that and I hope you like it too! We're working away on the new CD. I think we have some great songs and there'll be some honkytonkin going on!
Take care all and thanks for supporting country music!
And the winner is......
Liz Talley was voted Female Artist of the Year in the Western Swing Category at the Academy of Western Artists Awards last week in Garland, Texas. The petite Texan gained tremendous attention worldwide with her debut single "Texas in Your Swing". Accepting the award Liz thanked Leona Williams for helping her finish the song that started her career, the pickers for their great talent and radio for a giving me a chance to be heard...and added "I ain't done yet!" With a new single to be released in September and a new CD in the works, I think she's just getting started!
Other news...Liz's 19 year old son has enrolled in the Delta Academy to become a commercial pilot. "How cool is that to have a pilot in the family?" Liz says. "He has dreamed of flying since he was little and I encourage him to follow his dream and moms fly free of course!" haha
Summer is here and it's hot in Texas!!
Liz Talley's version of "Close Up the Honkytonks" is still burning up the airwaves. The song has been hanging in the Top 10 of the ECMA charts for 13 weeks now! We've also had some great airplay in the states and we appreciate the stations that support real country music!
Other news....Liz and hubby have bought property outside of Houston and have been busy clearing land. "It is so awesome to hang out by the campfire and look up at the stars. I'm loving it!" says the singer.
Happy Birthday to Liz Talley June 29th!!
Liz will be in the studio next week with producer Doug Deforest for some songwriting and recording on a new project. The new CD will be packed full of two-steps and honkytonk music....just like a Texas Dancehall! No release date has been set at this time.
The energetic Texan has released 8 singles from her debut CD "Road to You" and has been winning over fans and radio worldwide. When asked about her new music career, Liz says "I've never worked so hard in my life, I've learned alot, and I've loved every minute of it!"
I'm so excited about the 1st song we cut for the new CD that we decided to go ahead and release it for Mothers Day. I just love it and I hope you will to! It's called "Reading Mama's Bible" and it's written by the multi-talented Becky Hobbs. Click on the link above to hear it. I hope all your mamas out there have a wonderful Mothers Day!
Liz Talley is among the pantheon of those wonderful artists from Texas who consistently produce the best of the real deal. All the tracks on her CD, "Road To You," are aces, and she has now released a new single, covering the classic, "Close Up The Honky Tonks." I can't wait to start playing it! Thank you, Liz, for always coming up with great songs and doing them so well. I reckon our audiences love you as much as we do at Heartland Public Radio!
All Things Country
A new single and a new cd in the works.....
That little gal from Texas won't be closing down the honkytonks anytime soon. Liz Talley has just released a new single and has been in the studio this week working on a new project. Her version of "Close up the Honkytonks" is getting some great airplay and has already received rave reviews from over 100 radio/media folks in the European market. This girl knows how to honkytonk and the fans like it!
When asked what listeners can expect from the new CD...Liz replies "I've put alot of thought in this and I contacted songwriters that I admire and felt we had something in common musically, similar styles. With
songs from Becky Hobbs, Melba Montgomery and Leona Williams you can bet we'll be honking with some real country music! We're finishing up a wonderful song that Becky wrote called "Reading Mamas Bible" that
I hope to have out for Mothers Day"
It's Rodeo Time in Houston! Yeehaw!!
Lots of cowboys and cowgirls have come to the big city to compete in the world's largest rodeo for the next 3 weeks. Theres alot of excitement in town with cookoffs and parties and we've got a busy month ahead with several rodeo events.
Opened for John Conlee at the Briscoe Opera House in Uvalde, TX along with 16 year old Trey Wilson and the Blackland Farmer Frankie Miller. John & his band were great to work with and they put on 2 great shows. Trey is an awesome little singer and you'll be hearing more from him in the future. I think the entertainers had as much fun as the people sitting in the seats! I know I did...
My new single "Close up the Honkytonks" debuted @ #7 on Hotdisc out of Scotland. Once a honkytonker always a honkytonker! I just love those shuffles with a fiddle and a steel guitar. My last single Ready for Love is sitting at the #4 spot on the ECMA charts. I appreciate everyone out there playing my music!
Just back from the Country Music Messe in Berlin, Germany. It was cold and snowed everyday. I really enjoyed sitting in the hotel every morning drinking my coffee and watching the snow fall. Awesome! Growing up in Houston, I haven't seen much snow in my lifetime.
I had a great time visiting with the dj's that play my music and meeting so many fans I didn't know I had! I did 2 shows with Daniel T. Coates and his great band. The crowds were phenomenal and so excited about the music.
It was a wonderful experience to meet so many people from different countries that love country music and come out to support it. Can't wait to go back!
Hope everyone is off to a good start in 2007!
I've been so busy trying to get back on track after the holidays, get over that awful crud that's going around, and get my son off to college. I've got a lot of irons in the fire and it's time to get back to work.
I was in Nashville last week to meet with songwriters on material for the next CD. The weather was cold & miserable! I visited with a few friends and got to spend some time with Becky Hobbs "Jones on the Jukebox". She's a great gal and we may hook up and write a song or two in the near future.
I'm going to the Country Music Messe in Berlin, Germany Feb 9th through 11th. The Messe is similar to Nashville's Fan Fair. I'm looking forward to that. Stay warm and that's all for now!
December has just snuck up on me! Lots to do getting ready for the holidays. I'd like to thank everyone for dropping by the website. Hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season. Merry Christmas Ya'll from Texas!
The new single "Ready For Love" is out and the response has been great! The self penned hit is the 6th single from Liz's debut CD. There's no doubt this Texan puts out good music leaving the listeners wanting more.
Single of the Month--International Radio Show/Denmark
Album of the Week--Cmrplusradio.com/UK
Top 10 Hit--HotDisc/Scotland
The song came about as Liz was driving through Missouri. Liz says "I had an anniversary coming up and I was thinking back over the years. He wanted to get married and I didn't. I had things to do and I thought he was a little on the wild side..." laughs the singer. "I finally said yes and here we are!"
If you don't have your copy of "Road to You"...order today!
Take a good country song, a steel guitar, twin fiddles and a pure country singer and you've got a winning combination. That's just what happened last week at the Academy of Western Artists Awards Show! Texas Traditionalist Liz Talley walked away with the "Classic Country Song of the Year" for "Stranger in My Arms." Producer Doug Deforest and fellow artists Todd Fritsch and Billy Joe French were on hand to support their friend.
"I knew the 1st time I heard the demo, that song was meant for me and I've held on to it ´til the time was right" says Liz. It's plain to see this girl knows how to pick a good song and what works for her. She was the only artist of the evening nominated in four categories which was quite an accomplishment for the newcomer. About the big win...Liz says "I was thrilled to be nominated and it was really something to win! I appreciate everyone in radio that gives me the chance to be heard."
You'll be hearing more from this Texan real soon...new single to be released this week!
The nominations are in for the 11th Annual AWA Award Show. On September 26th at the Eisemann Center in Richardson, Texas the 'crème de le crème' of the classic country, western and western swing industry will be recognized. For more information contact www.awa-awards.com
Congratulations to Liz Talley who has been nominated in four categories:
Contemporary Classic Country Female Vocalist
Contemporary Classic Country Song for "Stranger in My Arms"
Western Swing Female Vocalist
Western Swing Song for "Texas In Your Swing"
This month has flown by.....Summer is almost over and the kids are back in school. The live venues are picking up and I've had a very full schedule! I've been so busy running around Texas visiting radio stations and chatting with some wonderful radio folks on the phone and internet. We have been getting some great airplay in other parts of the country which I'm really excited about! It's always great to find stations that support real country music and get a few more fans. I have to thank a special group of people that work with me for all the hours of hard work they spend on the phone calling radio stations. Til next time take care and I've got to get back to work!
We have been working real hard this month on radio promotions here in the states with radio tours, press releases, etc...trying to get the word out and get some new listeners. I'm so thankful to be a part of Willies Place on XM Radio. That has opened a lot of doors for me and I've received some wonderful emails from folks around the country. Country music fans are the best in the world!
I would like to personally thank all the members of the ECMA that nominated me for this years awards. I'm thrilled my music has been so well received in Europe and I look forward to meeting alot of you in the future.
I'm taking the end of July off to spend a few days at the beach with the family. I'm really looking forward to it! On July 28th, both of my boys are having surgery for sports related injuries. We'll all be home recuperating or killing each other..not sure which..haha I look forward to getting back out there and playing some country music soon!
We're excited to announce that Liz Talley has been nominated for 3 awards by the European Country Music Association! The duet with Billy Yates "It's Time to Cross That Bridge" has been nominated for Song of the Year & Vocal Collaboration of the Year. Liz has been nominated for the ECMA Future Star Award. The awards presentation will be held July 8th in Costa Brava, Spain.
Liz has worked very hard this past year promoting her music to the European market. She quickly became one of radio's favorites and has racked up two #1's and #2 song on the ECMA charts. "Stranger in My Arms" has been on the chart for 25 weeks! Her music is getting more airplay in the states as well. "Texas in Your Swing" is holding the #1 spot on the Roots Music Report. Good music, good attitude, hard work and the drive to succede is what sets this girl apart from the others! Good luck to our Texas girl!
Everyone at Armadillo Records would like to wish Liz Talley a Happy Birthday June 29th!
Original Country Radio Network Hosts Big Country Show at the Stagecoach Ballroom in Ft. Worth, Texas this weekend. All proceeds benefit the troops. The whole show can be seen on the Internet for free. No special downloads. For more info on times, artists, etc log on to www.originalcountryradio.com. Liz will be on the show @ 6 pm Saturday.
We released a new single the week of Mothers Day called "Stitch in Time". It's kind of a sad song about mamas, but has a great message. Thanks to Hanks Place/XM Radio for debuting the song this week and including me in their Mothers Day show. Speaking of Mothers Day, hope all the moms out there have a good one! Big news at the Talley household this month: My son turned 18 last week and he will graduate from high school next week. They grow up fast!
I'm also excited to tell you I've got 3 songs on the European Country Music Charts. Rockabilly Baby is sitting @ #3 and Stranger in My Arms is still on the charts after 22 weeks! I've got a song in the top 5 of Top Trax and Roots Music Report. I really appreciate the airplay from the djs statewide and verseas. They have been so good to me and I'm having a blast getting out visiting and doing interviews. Til next time!
Rockabilly Queen Gives Thumbs Up to Rockabilly Baby! With all the excitement on the airwaves over Liz Talley's new single "Rockabilly Baby" one can't help but think of the Queen of Rockabilly.Wanda Jackson. "It's a great feeling when other artists have good things to say about your work," says the Texas singer. The Rockabilly Queen has given Liz the thumbs up on her Rockabilly song. "I think it's great! She delivers the song with a brassy unstoppable attitude. Love it!" says Wanda. The song came about after Liz went to see Wanda's show at a club in Houston, Texas. Caught up in the excitement, Liz left there with a few lines and a Rockabilly beat! Along with good friend Don Lacy, they wrote themselves a hot little Rockabilly tune.
According to Wanda, "When I first met Liz at an Opry show in Texas, we just hit it off right away. What a talent! She plays drums, guitar, sings,and now through her CD, I've learned she writes great songs and sings the fire out of them! She's a hard worker and I'm excited about all the airplay she's been getting. I'm proud of what she's doing in country music and I'm expecting a great future for my little friend from Texas!"
When asked about being compared recently to an early Wanda Jackson, Liz replies "That's a wonderful compliment that I'm proud of. I guess it's the Rockabilly song that's got people talking. I've got my own style and I just jump out there and have fun. Hopefully, the crowd will have a good time too! Wanda was the first professional entertainer I ever worked with. She has been a major influence for me on a personal and professional level."
CD's available at www.honkytonkin.com and www.cdbaby.com
We're very happy to announce that Hanks Place on XM Satellite Radio has added three songs from Liz's
CD "Road to You" to their rotation. This is very exciting news because this opens a whole new world of listeners that will get to hear Liz Talley music! Spread the word and please login to XM Radio to send your requests into Hanks Place and let's get this girls name on the map!
The new single "Rockabilly Baby" has been mailed out to radio. It's a rockin' little tune written by Liz and good friend Don Lacy. Don is also a drummer and played for Jack Green/Jeannie Seely for many years. You put two drummers in a room together to write and you're bound to get a song with a rockin' beat.....and that's just what they did! The song came about after Liz went to see her good friend Wanda Jackson rocking the crowd at a Houston nightspot. According to Liz "I got all caught up in the excitement and energy of the music and the peoples response to rockabilly and came up with this idea" Put your dancing shoes on and give it a listen. If you can sit still through this song, then folks you just ain't breathing.....
Liz Talley's current single "It's Time to Cross That Bridge" has received rave reviews from radio stations around the U. S. and abroad. In fact, the song is still holding the #2 spot on the ECMA charts, and climbing it's way onto others. This is the third single released from Liz Talley's debut CD "Road to You". This Texas girl has proved she has staying power in that all three cuts have been well received by radio.
New single will be going out the end of Feb on Texas Country Artist Compilation and Hot Disc. We've heard this girl belt out a country song and sing that Texas swing like a real Texan should.......so what's next?? You'll have to wait and see!
It's been a busy year already for Liz Talley. She is kicking off the New Year with a bang! Between Christmas and New Years, Liz was out visiting radio stations across Texas. According to Liz "It was a very fast paced trip...covered a lot of miles, and I really enjoyed getting out there & meeting the folks that play the music." Her efforts proved to be successful as more stations added her songs into their rotation.
Liz is still making a strong showing on the overseas market with two songs in the Top 20 on the European Country Music Chart.
#2 "It's Time to Cross That Bridge"
#20 "A Stranger in My Arms"
By mid January, Liz and hubby slipped off to San Antonio for a few days for some much needed rest & relaxation and to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Then back to Houston to make plans for another memorable event...her mom's 80th birthday party! Liz and her two sisters planned a great party with BBQ, music and lots of fellowship with family and friends for this milestone birthday celebration!
Liz Talley is taking radio by storm these days. This Texas girl knows what country music is all about and proves she can pick a good song! Her music is getting tremendous airplay worldwide and she is making a strong showing on the charts.
**** It's Time to Cross That Bridge **** Hit #1 on Hotdisc Charts
**** Stranger in My Arms **** #2 on European Country Music Charts
**** Stranger in My Arms **** #22 on Top Trax / U.S. Independent Charts
**** Texas in Your Swing **** #6 Western Swing Charts/Powersource Magazine
**** Texas in Your Swing **** #2 Swingin West Top 10 on Twangtown USA
Stranger In My Arms & Texas in Your Swing have been holding steady in the 200 most played songs list on the ECMA charts. Producer Doug Deforest couldn't be happier at the success of his two Texas artists...Liz Talley and Todd Fritsch as they carve out a name for themselves.
Liz Talley's debut CD "Road to You" was released December 1st and is already getting rave reviews. Eleven great songs written/co-written by Liz, this CD soothes the appetite for those looking for real country music.
Treat yourself to a copy today at www.honkytonkin.com or www.liztalleymusic.com.
For more information contact: www.texascountryartist.com
To setup interviews contact Liz @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The much anticipated release of Liz Talley´s debut CD "Road to You" is finally here! The CD will be out November 25th. It´s filled with 11 great songs, 5 written or co-written by Liz & producer Doug Deforest.
The project has been a long time coming and listeners will enjoy the true sounds of country music that best describes Liz Talley. The CD will be available for purchase on the website and www.honkytonkin.com
Mark your calendars for this Thursday, November 17th at 4 p.m. Come join Lou Nelson on WHP/Paltalk internet radio for a live interview with Liz Talley in Kyle, Texas. You can log in at www.paltalk.com. Go to the music room & then click on Western Heart Promotions. They will be visiting and playing cuts off the new CD. Don't miss the fun!
Liz Talley´s new single "It's Time to Cross That Bridge" has been sent out to radio. The song is a remake of a Jack Green hit done as a duet with everyone´s favorite Billy Yates. The song debuted on the Hot Disc Charts at #8. Her current single "A Stranger in My Arms" is hanging on the charts at #26. With this chart action, it´s plain to see Liz is quickly stirring up some noise on the airwaves!
Texas Country Artist Liz Talley´s 1st single "Texas In Your Swing" has been selected by a local Houston restaurant (Gabby´s Barbeque) to be used in their TV commercial. The song was written by Liz Talley & veteran songwriter Leona Williams. To hear the song in it's entirety check out www.gabbysbbq.com.