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This romantic love song is written from Elizabeth's imagination dealing with the challenge of separation of true love during wartime. The haunting instrumentals of cello and violin play underneath enchanting vocals. You'll need a kleenex with this song."


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Durham Academy teacher lands duet with Vince Gill (Raleigh N & O)

Elizabeth South lives the dream

Submitted by dmenconi on 02/25/2013 – 23:01 Tags: On the Beat: David Menconi on music | Elizabeth South | Vince Gill

At least a couple of times a year, I’ll hear from people who will insist, “If I could only get [insert name of well-known artist] to hear my song, I just know they’d want to record it!” The cynical realist in me always wants to pat these people on the head and say, “Sure” before sending them on their way, because it almost never works like that. 

And yet…every now and then, it really does work out exactly like that. Elizabeth South, a fine local singer who is largely unknown outside of the Triangle, actually got Country Music Hall of Famer Vince Gill on her new single and video, and it’s a pretty remarkable story. See the video here, and read about it here.

Comments: 2

  • Ian Brown
    October 5, 2016 12:39 pm

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  • Ryan Wood
    October 5, 2016 12:40 pm

    Wow! Amazing!! Vince Gill is awesome.

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