Liz Durrett

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Liz Durrett
Origin Athens, Georgia, United States
Genres Indie pop
Indie folk
Occupations Singer, songwriter
Years active 2005–present
Labels Warm Records
Website http://www.lizdurrett.com/

Liz Durrett (born 1977) is an American singer-songwriter based in Athens, Georgia. She is currently signed to Athens-based Warm Records and has released three albums. Her first two albums were produced by her uncle, famed Georgian singer-songwriter, Vic Chesnutt. Her third album, Outside Our Gates was produced by Eric Bachmann and released by Warm Records in September 2008. The album has received positive early reviews.[1] Liz has toured throughout the United States and Europe and has made several guest appearances on other artist's records.

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Guest appearances[edit]

  • Vic Chesnutt Ghetto Bells - backing vocals on "Virginia", "What Do You Mean?", "Vesuvius", and "Rambunctious Cloud".
  • Vic Chesnutt Is The Actor Happy - appears on "Betty Lonely" as the angel chorus.
  • Vic Chesnutt West of Rome - played violin wherever Michael Stipe "heard" violin.
  • Ham1 The Captain's Table - backing vocals on "White Rat" and "Hubcap Frisbees"
  • Don Chambers Zebulon - backing vocals on "Friar's Lantern", "Send Me No Angels", and "Bind My Wounds"

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