Liz Mandville Greeson, "Back In Love Again"
  • Soul Tender
  • Juicehead Man
  • All Alone
  • The Gift
  • Face The Music
  • Back In Love Again
  • For Real
  • Johnny And Me
  • The Night Thing
  • All My Love
  • Lip Service
  • Broken-Hearted Fool
  • Shine Clear With Joy
  • Soul Tender
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (03:08) [7.17 MB]
  • Juicehead Man
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (05:01) [11.48 MB]
  • All Alone
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (05:12) [11.91 MB]
  • The Gift
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (04:02) [9.22 MB]
  • Face The Music
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (05:13) [11.94 MB]
  • Back In Love Again
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (05:50) [13.34 MB]
  • For Real
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (03:01) [6.9 MB]
  • Johnny And Me
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (04:33) [10.41 MB]
  • The Night Thing
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (05:57) [13.64 MB]
  • All My Love
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (04:49) [11.03 MB]
  • Lip Service
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (03:33) [8.14 MB]
  • Broken-Hearted Fool
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (04:14) [9.71 MB]
  • Shine Clear With Joy
    Genre: Blues
    MP3 (02:03) [4.7 MB]
Biography
Liz Mandville spent the late 1980s running up and down the roads of the United States and Canada with her r&b band, the Supernaturals. She played thousands of gigs, from smoky biker bars to swanky theatres, from casinos to yacht clubs, honing her musical chops and crowd-pleasing skills. In 1994, a chance meeting with bassist Aron Burton led to Liz’ subsequent performance with him at the 1994 Chicago Blues Festival, recording two tracks on his 1996 Earwig release, Aron Burton Live, and a long-standing performing relationship. Her work on that album marked Liz’s label recording debut and the beginning of her professional association with Earwig Music Company.

Liz holds the distinction of being the only white vocalist to perform regularly at the internationally known Blue Chicago nightclubs, where she held court from 1994 to 1999. Backed by former Junior Wells bandleader George Baze, Liz contributed two tracks to the 1998 Blue Chicago release, The Red Hot Mamas. While at Blue Chicago, Liz had the opportunity to work with a veritable Who’s Who of contemporary blues men: Willie Kent, Michael Coleman and Maurice John Vaughn, among others. Albert Collins’ alumni, Aron Burton (bass), Allen Batts (keys), and Dave Jefferson (longtime Albert King drummer), made up Liz’ rhythm section for the latter part of the 1990s, and played on her first two cds released by Earwig Music Company.

On stage she’s magic! Hip-shakin’ Liz gets the crowd dancing with the first blast of her powerful, four-octave, soul-drenched voice. She is a high voltage performer and a red hot mama. She is also solid as an acoustic and electric guitar player and her rub board playing adds a spicy back-porch feel. Equally at home in an intimate club setting or on a festival stage, she is a total professional, on time and in control! She continues to tour internationally to critical acclaim, gaining many devoted new fans at each show.

Liz has recently released her fourth album "Red Top" on Earwig Music to widespread critical acclaim, tearing it’s way up several radio charts and gathering an impressive collection of reviews.
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  • Sounds Like:
    Contemporary Female Chicago Blues
  • Influences:
    Mississippi John Hurt, Lightnin' Hopkins, Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed, Aron Burton
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    01/18/17
  • Profile Last Updated:
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