Come My Way
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CLIENT / BEALE STREET CARAVAN
Fat Possum Records recording artist Liz Brasher was bound to call Memphis home one day. She found her way into the fold the old-fashioned way - she came to Memphis to make a record. Back home, her musical education consisted of singing in the church she grew up in - a Spanish-speaking, Southern Baptist congregation (her parents are first-generation immigrants from the Dominican Republic). Discovering rock and roll changed her life and her journey to Memphis began with everything that followed. With her blazing white Gibson SG, she evokes the sanctified power of Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Close your eyes and you may think you’re listening to Mahalia Jackson backed by Dick Dale and Pop Staples. Liz thrives here in her adopted home. Her most recent studio effort, Outcast, recorded and mixed here in Memphis, was just released this past April to critical acclaim.