Elizabeth Mc Queen With Brothers Lazaroff

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Elizabeth McQueen is originally from Little Rock, Arkansas. She spent her tweens, teens and very early twenties in Columbia, MD singing in choirs and eventually playing in bands. In 2001, McQueen made her way down to Austin with the vague goal of “playing music.” Though she had little experience fronting her own band, she jumped into the Austin Americana scene and in 2003 released her first album, The Fresh-Up Club, a roots country romp. In 2005 Freedom Records released her pub rock tribute "Happy Doing What We’re Doing," a record that won her glowing reviews from the Austin Chronicle, the Village Voice, the Washington Post. In 2005 McQueen accepted the gig with the Texas legends and nine-time Grammy winners, Asleep At The Wheel. During her time with the Wheel she’s been featured on six records, performed and recorded with the Fort Worth Symphony, and backed up Merle Haggard, Ray Price and Willie Nelson on the “Last of the Breed Tour.”

Brothers Lazaroff is a band that melds genres, and they might share brainwaves too. David and Jeff Lazaroff could be a pair of telepathic siblings. But it's more likely that the brothers' compatibility onstage comes from playing music and writing songs together since their high school days. The brothers are equipped with earnest songwriting and an earthy sound peppered with jazz-inspired riffs and fuzzy solos.
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