Lena Elizabeth
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Lena Elizabeth is a singer/songwriter based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, writing songs influenced by folk storytelling with a voice rooted in the blues. The youngest in a household full of musicians, she succeeds in blending old and new influences to create a Pop/Roots sound that is approachable across generations.

Lena Elizabeth released her first full length album, “Get It Right”, on November 29th, 2018. After the successful release of her debut EP, “The Line”, Lena has taken her music to the next level with this new record. “Get It Right” is a story of self acceptance, anxiety, anger, relationships (good and bad) and through it all, finding home. Through this journey you will hear the same strong voice of Lena Elizabeth with even more confidence and attitude.

Joining her again on this album are her bandmates: Taylor Donskey (upright bass), Jeff Krause (guitar), and Daniel Staddon (drums).

With special guests: Joe Peterson (organ, and piano), Andrew Wozniak (guitar), Charles Rodreick (backing vocals), Mary Alice Hutton (violin), Kirstin McDuffie (viola), Jon McDuffie (cello)

Listen to the album in the sections below... “Get It Right” is also available on Spotify, Apple music, and all your favorite streaming services. Thanks for listening!

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When Elizabeth walks on stage with her baritone ukulele and coy smile, people expect to be treated to the playful tinkerings of a pixie. Then she strikes a resonant minor chord. Then she howls a dark gospel hymn. Then nothing makes sense anymore.
— Jerard Fagerberg
Lena ... sounds like Midwestern Brandi Carlile with a meaty voice ... Definitely a coming-out effort worth noticing.
— Chris Riemenshneider, Star Tribune
...sweetness sounds best up against a snarl — some complexity and tension. Lena Elizabeth, is all too aware... Lena Elizabeth is one to watch.
— Cecilia Johnson, The Current
The bluesy baritone-uke player evolved as a bandleader in 2017 ... and holding the stage like a musician with double the experience.
— Jerard Fagerberg, City Pages