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"Woman Embodies 12 Disney Princesses in Beautiful 14-Song Medley" Elementary school teacher Elizabeth South bested 25 YouTube cover artists and won RyanSeacrest.com‘s Best Cover of Frozen‘s “Let It Go” in April. Riding high on her pivotal win — and receiving a blitz of media coverage and praise from her newfound fans — the North Carolina native stayed in her lane of Disney music and created a 14-song medley while channeling different iconic House of Mouse princesses. RyanSeacrest.com has the exclusive premiere of the accompanying music video for her Disney Princess medley, which opens with Elizabeth singing “For the First Time in Forever” dressed as Frozen‘s Anna. - READ MORE at: http://www.ryanseacrest.com/2014/12/18/woman-embodies-12-disney-princesses-in-beautiful-14-song-medley/
"Her voice has been described as mysterious, magical, soothing, and angelic. Elizabeth South pours her heart into every song. Developing a true sense of her calling, Elizabeth’s work enchants the spirit. To her credits she is a talent rarely seen in today’s world."
“I love listening to your beautiful songs. They are inspiring and wonderfully written. I hope people will not only hear the great music but listen to the words you wrote. Keep it up & I wish you the Very Best. God Bless”
“The Mysteries of our Minds is a wonderful album! Elizabeth has a well trained voice that is perfectly suited to music that fuses pop, rock and inspirational.”
“Love your "Have Faith" song...I am going thru a really hard time in my life & when I heard it the other day it made me cry. I need that encouragement so much these days. I just found out tonight the details on the song...it is definitely on my favorites list. Thanks! Looking forward to hearing more from you. Heard you on KCBI 90.9FM out of Arlington, TX...an overnight program they have called "A New Day/ Refuge Radio"!”
“Elizabeth has a gorgeous voice and very wonderful songs. She deserves a chance to sing in the CMAs.”