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Friday, January 9, 2015

Happy New Year!

photo by stephanie nemyer
We are looking forward to a great 2015. Lots of musical things happening for us both! We will be back in my hometown of Griffin, GA this month. While there, we will use the time to rehearse with my brother-in-law, Jason Nemyer. He will be sitting in as drummer for The Liz Nance Trio at our January 30th show in Sylva, NC at No Name Sports Pub. We also plan on slipping down to Bank Street Cafe while we're in town to share some original music with old and new friends. That show will take place Monday, January 19th. Maybe we'll throw in a few tunes that honor MLKjr.

photo by pat thomas
To see us with our regular drummer, Bradley Noble, join us at Innovation Brewing on Saturday, January 24th. Last time we played there we had an awesome experience and we're excited about doing it again! The trio has a lot of shows already on our 2015 calendar. Excited about playing and traveling more with this outfit. Looking forward to spring and summer! We will be back at Nantahala Brewing for the Music on Tap series on April 10th. Our drummer Bradley has taken our original music to new heights! We love it!

Thanks to everyone who supports live music! Happy New Year and lots of love!!
Liz Nance

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

new stories, new songs

Aj and I haven't played a show as a duo in quite some time. A lot of this has to do with other bands and work. I have been playing and singing with a new band, Dogwood Winter. Aj has been busy as the sound engineer at Nantahala Brewing Company. However, we have been writing and rehearsing. Join us this Saturday, August 9th at the GSMRR Depot in Bryson City as we start playing shows together again! We will be sharing some new songs and some new stories. Show is free and starts at 6:30pm. Thursday, August 14th we will be at the Marianna Black Public Library in Bryson. Show is free and starts at 7pm. We always enjoy playing at the library where we have the opportunity to talk to the audience and tell the stories behind our music.

Life is good. We are grateful for our talents and gifts. We are also appreciative to everyone in our community who has supported us as artists. Lots of love!!


Thursday, May 1, 2014

enjoy the ride - original song lyircs

wasn't it all nice?
i enjoyed the ride
down and around we'd go
and i'd stop the car
hell of a good time it was

sneaking and tripping
and wearing suspenders
we were creating scenes
with buckets of imagination

we were riding high
but we come down
even cats hit the floor

hey, i enjoyed the ride
she was such a young girl
a child in my mind
adult in my soul

anyway, i'd go
i could get anything in the world for you
if you want me to

dreams say
i ought to be a millionaire

some said i'd have to pay
i knew i'd see that day
sooner than later
but the judge he will be my friend
you've got to admit
that i'm a sweet talking
trash talker

hey, i enjoyed the ride
in the back of your cop car
hell of a good time
it was

hey, i enjoyed the ride

Friday, January 24, 2014

Music for A Cause

Join us and some of our musical friends Friday, January 24 for a night of serving others. We will be playing a two hour show to benefit our dear friend Nina Sotaski. The Liz Nance Trio will take the stage at 7pm. Liz has several guests joining her on the stage throughout the night. Come show some love!

"Nina is 27 and has been fighting multiple illnesses since before she was born. Both her kidneys together work at approximately 5 percent. Nina has been in kidney failure for about 3 yrs now. She faces other medical problems as well with a wound in her abdomen that will not heal. She is always fighting severe infections and has a mitochondrial disease. Unfortunately Nina is no longer a transplant candidate. She is down to her last option for access to dialysis. We are planning to go through training so that Nina can do home dialysis. We hope that she will do better mentally and physically. The training itself has no cost but because we live an hour and half from the center, we will have to pay for lodging, travel and food. We will have to take out renters insurance on the dialysis equipment, that will be an out-of-pocket expense. There are some medical supplies that she needs that the insurance does not cover. Nina has multiple appointments per month, and spends a good bit of time in the hospital. I love being there for Nina and I always will be, but it is very costly. Nina’s health has declined and continues to decline but we do hope that home dialysis will make a difference. We have not given up hope, we know that God is with us, and we know He will heal her. We pray for the best but we prepare for the worst. Any donation you can make will be greatly appreciated."
                                                 Written by her mother, Dawn Walker

Show is free, but we will be taking donations of any size to help this family! There will also be handmade items for sale at the show. All money will go to help with their expenses.

Can't make the show but would like to help? Click here!