About Elizabeth

IMG_8851Elizabeth Edwards is known for her graceful melodic style, her rich lyrics and beautiful vocals but it’s her message of hope and transformation in songs like When Grace Rains, Surrender to Win, and Clean that have garnered her a loyal fan base.

As an award winning singer songwriter Edwards was chosen to participate in the Lilith Fair’s talent search hosted by Bill Graham Presents and Alice Radio 97.3 in San Francisco. She’s opened for the late Dan Fogelberg and other songwriting legends such as Jesse Colin Young.  She has worked with comedian Mark Lundholm on several occasions as well as songwriters and musicians such as Richie Supa, Ricky Byrd, Kasim Sulton, and Randi Fishenfeld at Recovery Music events. Most recently Elizabeth performed and spoke at several events around the US during National Recovery Month including the FED UP! Coalition reception at The National Press Club in Washington D.C. and at the rally the following day.

She’s performed at the world famous Bluebird Café in Nashville TN and many other coffeehouses and songwriter haunts. She’s toured the country’s college campuses and was awarded a grant by The State of California Arts Council as an Artist in Residence where she taught songwriting to kids who were working hard to overcome life challenges in order to graduate.

“It is my greatest desire to share my music with those

who might find it meaningful.”

A Note from Elizabeth

I have been a songwriter since I was 13 years old – longer than I have been a wife, a mom or a person in recovery and longer than any other work I have done.

Songwriting is my passion and where I have found my purpose. I, like most writers, write about what I know and hope to tap into universal truths that touch the hearts and minds of others.  Although I’ve written many songs, most are about addiction, recovery, emotional growth, life challenges and spiritual healing.

As a person in long term recovery from addiction, I am interested in support, solutions, treatment and education on this and related topics. My support of treatment and education initiatives should not be misinterpreted as being “against” any one group or industry. Instead, it should be known that I am “Pro Solution” for those who need and want help with addiction problems. I support health and education regarding these issues. I am also a strong believer in personal and corporate responsibility.

I am not an expert in any medical field but instead an artist and writer expressing my personal experience, creativity and compassion.

Elizabeth