|Origin||New Mexico, U.S.|
|Genres||Rock, folk, folk rock|
|Associated acts||Paul Butterfield, Todd Rundgren|
Elizabeth Barraclough is an American musician whose songs span the genres of folk, country, rock and pop. She was managed by Bob Dylan's manager Albert Grossman, and is perhaps best known for having played both live and on record with Paul Butterfield, Charlie McCoy, Kenny Buttrey, and Todd Rundgren.
During her career, she released two albums, a self-titled record in 1978 and Hi! in 1979, both on Grossman's Bearsville Records. Her 1978 album spawned a 45 single, "Covered Up In Aces." Her self-titled album was given warm reviews by The Village Voice's Robert Christgau as well as The Pittsburgh Press.
- Elizabeth Barraclough - 1978
- Hi! - 1979
- Pittsburgh Press article: "Disc Roundup."
- Chicago Tribune article: "Line Up For Listening", July 2, 1978.
- 27 Leggies page: "Elizabeth Barraclough."
- AllMusic page: "Elizabeth Barraclough - Discography."
- Robert Christgau review: "Elizabeth Barraclough."
- Pittsburgh Press article: "Disc Roundup", by Bruce Meyer. August 2, 1978.