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Liz Kilgo
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About Liz Kilgo

     
   

What could be better than being born and raised in the Backwoods of Minnesota? The setting of a storied childhood of many creative people. Liz Kilgo grew up living in a small country home with her parents, brother and sister. As a child, Liz found spending time making up songs as she played and did her various chores to be an extension of her creativity.

The early childhood years included Liz’s Dad playing guitar around the house which always inspired her musical interest. Liz would often assist her Grandfather with yard work, listening intently while he made up little rhyming songs he’d sing for her which soon became a habit for Liz as well. She began writing whole songs at nine years of age. Later, Liz would go on to take part in school bands, choirs and plays. By the age thirteen, Liz found herself becoming more serious about the songs she wrote. Liz soon formed her first band with her cousin and sister and began recording her original songs at home.

Jumping forward a few years, Liz began writing professionally and recorded gospel music that was then successfully marketed to radio stations in Europe. Liz’s Father took her first recordings to his local radio station where they were played by request on The Morning Show for two years as “Positive Country Music”. The great response from these recordings brought her back to her country roots where she began writing and recording Country music.

With countless hours of vocal training behind her and many self-produced studio recordings, Liz herself found the dream of being a recording artist would not die. It was this undeniable dream that ultimately brought Liz to Nashville Tennessee where she frequented local writer's nights to get her feet wet as an up and coming singer/songwriter. Liz says “My heart lies in the heart of Music City and in the Music Industry”.

To date, Liz has completed her first album "Chasin' Dreams" which was officially released in 2010 followed by several single releases to radio in the midwest and other countries as well yielding radio play of her songs "Minnesota Winter", "Wrong Way Home" and "Proud About It" on XM's "Nashville Channel" for a total of two years.

In the summer of 2012, Liz released the much anticipated EP titled "Proud About It" along with her first official music video. Liz continues her musical endeavor with extraordinary dedication and un-equaled passion. She continues performing shows throughout the country, keeping her sights firmly on her professional goals. Currently, Liz is hard at work writing songs for her third album with a release scheduled for mid 2013.

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Song List

China Grove (Doobie Bros)
Somebody Like You (Keith Urban)
Tulsa Time (Don Williams)
Country In The USA (Liz Kilgo)
American Kids (Kenny Chesney)
It Feels Good (Drake White)
Cherry Bomb (Mellencamp)
Rockstar (Nickelback)
The Good Life (Liz Kilgo)
Wagon Wheel (OCMS)
Hurts So Good (John Mellencamp)
Renegades (X Ambassadors)
Chillin' It (Cole Swindell)
Ex’s & Oh’s (Elle King)
Me and Bobby McGee (Janis Joplin)
Proud Mary (CCR)
We're An American Band (GFRR)
Bon Fire (Craig Morgan)
Sedona (Hound Mouth)
The Joker (Steve Miller Band)
Radio Star (Liz Kilgo)
Little White Church (Little Big Town)
Take It Easy (The Eagles)
Here I go Again (Whitesnake) I
Love Rock N Roll (Joan Jett)
Beer in Mexico (Kenny Chesney)
Don't Stop Believin' (Journey)
Pontoon (Little Big Town)
Where the Blacktop Ends (Keith Urban)
Lover's Lane (Liz Kilgo)
Gimme Three Steps (Skynyrd)
The More I Drink (Blake Shelton)
House Of The Rising Sun (Animals)
Demons (Imagine Dragons)
Buttercup (The Foundations)
Dock Of The Bay (Otis Redding)
Time For Me To Fly (REO Speedwagon)
Landslide (Fleetwood Mac)
Some Kind Of Wonderful (GFRR)
Gold On The Ceiling (Black Keys)
Summer of ’69 (Bryan Adams)
Margaritaville (Jimmy Buffett)
Night Train (Jason Aldean)
Pink Houses (John Mellencamp)
Watermelon Crawl (Tracy Byrd)
Tush (ZZ Top)
Boondocks (Little Big Town)
Southern Voice (Tim McGraw)
Goin Through Hell (Rodney Atkins)
Neon Moon (Brooks & Dunn)
All My Friends Say (Luke Bryan)
Mary Jane's Last Dance (Tom Petty)
Nothin' But A Good Time (Poison)
Livin' In Fast Forward (Kenny Chesney)
That Bridge (Liz Kilgo)
Sideways (Dierks Bentley)
Wave on Wave (Pat Green)
Hicktown (Jason Aldean)
Lips of an Angel (Hinder)
Piece Of My Heart (Janis Joplin)
Sweet Home Alabama (Skynyrd)
Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Poison)
Hands To Yourself (Georgia Satellites)
Country Boy Can Survive (Hank Jr.)
Copperhead Road (Steve Earle)
Fancy (Reba)
Give Me One Reason (Tracy Chapman)
Can’t Always Get What You Want (Stones)
Proud About It (Liz Kilgo)
Amarillo Sky (Jason Aldean)
Watching Airplanes (Gary Allan)
Who says you can’t go home (Bon Jovi)

 

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