Lizzie No

Folk / Americana

New York singer-songwriter, harpist and guitarist Lizzie No is one of the most exciting new voices in indie folk music. Her 2017 debut album, Hard Won, was hailed as “simultaneously understated and fervent” by Billboard Magazine. No’s 2019 album, Vanity, was a hit at college radio stations across the country, cracking the NACC Top Adds Chart. Rolling Stone Magazine called the first single, “Narcissus,” a “crisp alt-rock gem” and a “Song You Need To Know.” After dropping a surprise home-studio-made EP in 2020, Lizzie is currently working on her third studio album and sharing music and writing with subscribers at Lizzie No has showcased at Americanafest, South by Southwest, Musikfest, the Norman Music Festival and the Mile of Music Festival. She has performed classical arrangements of her songs as a featured artist at the Louisville Orchestra’s Festival of American Music and Phoenix, Arizona’s Downtown Chamber Series. She is a winner of the American Songwriter Lyrics Contest and a member of the Rainey Day Fund artist advisory board. This summer she joined the Basic Folk podcast as guest co-host, interviewing folk music luminaries such as Dar Williams, Valerie June, and Amythyst Kiah.

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