Elizabeth Chamberlain, 20 years old is a driven young artist from Phoenix, AZ. Standing at only 5'2'', she shocks the audience with her powerhouse vocals and wide range. She started piano at the age of 5, singing at 9 and began learning guitar at 14. She begged her parents to allow her to be homeschooled so she could work full time on her music and pursue her dream in Los Angeles. At only 14, she moved out to Los Angeles, and jumped into the fast paced music business. Now 18 years old, Elizabeth has moved out on her own in a very fast paced competitive town. The journey has not been an easy one for this young artist as she has struggled through a lot of dark times in her own in Los Angeles. She uses these hard times and stories as inspiration for her music which is where the soul really comes out. She has already worked with many different producers in both Los Angeles and Phoenix, creating unique music with a style all her own. Her funky style is tempered by soul that reaches beyond her years. Her style can be classified as indie pop-rock. She is known to be very versatile being able to sing styles from pop to jazz to hard rock. She has spent much time having primarily mastering her vocals. Her range has grown to a solid 4 1/2 octaves. Elizabeth's vocals are dynamic, soulful, and hauntingly rich. Not only does she have a powerful voice and strong work ethic but is also a creative songwriter with over fifty songs written already. She has also written for other artists at the tender age of 16. Her favorite performance to date was opening at a music festival with Michelle Branch. She looks forward to plenty more exciting experiences in the future. This artist is determined to make music a very long time and reach out to as many people as possible with her songs. Watch out for this star on the rise. She is currently in the band The Scarlet Oh's, produced by Dean Dichoso, which she started herself.
• “Elizabeth Chamberlain dazzles with her diversity, which ranges from rock to blues, has a voice that is both powerful and vindicated and makes a powerful point to which she has a dangerous dynamic. She is both Disneyland and a Dive Bar, dawn and dusk, She has the voice of America’s sweetheart and the voice of eyeliner and cigarettes”. –Sara Finchman (Pop Culture Junkyard)