Elisabeth Carlisle.JPG“Likened to artists such as Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, and Melissa Etheridge, the sound of Carlisle is that of a strong, skillful and intelligent woman with a voice full of poetry.” Good Times Santa Cruz, CA

Elisabeth Carlisle’s debut album, No Worries, released in 1998 followed by a tour schedule that included shows with the Goo Goo Dolls, Tonic, Stacey Earle, Duke Robillard and Meredith Brooks. No Worries enjoyed success on the 90’s web site mp3.com with over 60,000 hits to her music. Following No Worries Elisabeth moved to Sweden to work as a musician.

While living in Sweden Elisabeth began to work with Swedish musicians Pelle Jernryd, Thomas Holst, Mattias Pedersen, Göran Engstrom, Amir Aly, and Carl-Alberto Bettini for her second CD, Roll with the Flow,  released in 2004. Her band performed at Sweden’s Peace and Love Festival, as well as taking a California tour which included LA’s Viper Room and Moe’s Alley in Santa Cruz.

The band added bassist Jörgen Larsson-Lindström in 2010 and was back at Yla Studios ( http://www.ylastudios.com) with producer Amir Aly recording two new singles and a tour that included Helsingborg’s Tivoli, a benefit concert for Malmo’s Salvation Army’s mission work with youth and families in need, and ended in Stockholm at the popular Bonden Bar in Södermalm.

Elisabeth Carlisle EP, was released with 4 new songs in 2011. The new EP included a co-write with fashion designer, Anine Bing.

All music can be purchased at cdbaby.com under Elisabeth Carlisle. Music is also available at iTunes.

The new single “Beyond These Walls” was released in July 2018 followed by a Northwest tour from Montana to California.

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