Liz Christensen is an Alberta-based Pop/Country Artist influenced by artists such as Taylor Swift, Sheryl Crow and Stevie Nicks.
Her new single, “Ruined Roses" (May 2023) is a conversational confessional about a love that went wrong. Penned over a zoom write with Brettyn Rose and Lydia Sutherland, “Ruined Roses” hits where it hurts.“The moment we wrote the hook I was just so mesmerized. To me it so well represents the disillusionment of a love that turns to heartbreak.”
“Ruined Roses” was produced by Mark Troyer at Evergreen Sound (Calgary, AB).
Liz’s previous single, “Small Town” is a heartfelt ballad about growing up and the loss and nostalgia of youth. "I Really Like You" (July 2021) is a cotton candy pop bop about catching feelings for someone. Meanwhile, her singles “Summertime” (2020) and “Different Shoulders” (2020) embody more of a rootsy, storyteller vibe. Liz released her debut single “Fences” (2018) and was a winner of 96.5 CKFM’s (Olds, Alberta) Star Search (2018).
“Liz is one of the brightest new talents on the Alberta music scene with an old soul approach to her writing that belies her age. Powerful vocals and lyrics that make you think. Liz is absolutely one to watch for!”
— Cory Noel | Program Director, CABK Broadcasting
“Albertan singer-songwriter LIZ is a fresh new voice in the Canadian prairies. The first time I heard her perform I was caught immediately by her siren-like vocal qualities and its haunting similarities to legendary Dolores O'Riordan. Farm-raised with an admirable work ethic, LIZ is poised to make real waves this year, and is an artist you'll want to keep on your radar.”
— Joal Kamps | Artist Mentor at Sojourner Music | Founding Co-Member of Flint & Feather
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