MP3 Ellis - Blueprint Live
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Powerful vocals, charismatic laugh, earnest lyrics: an unpretentious songwriter who sings from the heart. Brought to you by Peppermint.
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"Ellis continues to win fans with her unique brand of honest, gritty folk music. Borrowing from country, soul and roots-rock influences, the 25-year-old with an old sould plays with an unbridled openness that gives her music a quality as honest as some of her lyrics."
-Long Beach Press-Telegram
"Her success as a musician is evident, her success as a performer is proven, and her success with the larger audiences of the world is only a matter of time. We knew you when, girl!"
Ellis' unpretentious style and charismatic laugh were first showcased on her 1996 CD "Soft Day". She has become well known at coffeehouses and colleges throughout the Upper Midwest since then, as she maintained a steady schedule of shows, both on her own and as lead singer and songwriter of six-piece rock/funk band Bobby Llama.
In 1998 she released "Blueprint Live," a live follow-up to "Soft Day". "Blueprint Live" is a fan favorite, capturing the loose vibe and friendly energy that characterizes an Ellis show.
Since the release of "Blueprint Live", Ellis' career has continued to flourish. In 2000, the members of Bobby Llama parted ways, allowing Ellis to focus on her solo career as a guitar-toting road-ready singer-songwriter. "Everything That's Real", released in 2001, is the first step in this voyage. 2001 has also seen Ellis tour all across the country, ranging from Vermont to California, Spokane to St. Louis, and building a dedicated grass-roots following wherever she goes.
In Ellis' own words: "I write music because I believe in the power of songs. I believe they can move people on a personal level. Writing songs helps me hold onto moments in my own life that I might have otherwise forgotten."