ElizaBeth Hill

ElizaBeth Hill

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ElizaBeth Hill captivates an audiences with the most engaging performance of songs, stories and a beautifully enchanting voice. Surprising listeners with unusual turns of phrase, Elizabeth's songs are candid portraits and often present her Iroquoian roots in a cultural impact of contemporary music and dry wit. Elizabeth spent many years as part of Nashville's song writing community and performing at festivals throughout North America sharing stages with Buffy Sainte-Marie, Amy Sky, David Essig, Bill Miller, Floyd Westerman and many more.

A strong force in contemporary native music, Elizabeth has been recorded for the Smithsonian Institute, and in 1997 became part of Aboriginal Women's Voices -- where she, along with native women from all over Canada and the United States recorded in 1999 Juno nominated CD "Hearts Of The Nation -- Aboriginal Women's Voices In The Studio". Her own independent CD "When The Spirit Moves Me", has been a favourite among aboriginal and native American radio stations, as well as community and public radio in North America since its 1993 release at the Kerrville Folk Festival.

Her latest CD, " Love That Song" has received high acclaim while exposing the strength of heart, voice and song always experienced in her performances.

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Including duets with John Hiatt on his "Thirty Years of Tears" and Jamie O'Hara on his "Children of the Wild World" this new release was nominated for the Year 2000 Juno Awards.

A prolific songwriter, Elizabeth's peers have described her work as "the ability to paint a picture with words." That combined with a "hauntingly beautiful voice" presents an unforgettable canvass that stirs the hearts and spirits of listeners everywhere.

"Her aboriginal spin on the forceful, folksy tradition suggests Buffy Sainte-Marie, but also Emmylou Harris, Joni Mitchell and other roots divas."
The Toronto Star

"You'll tingle all over and the soaring voice of Elizabeth Hill will stay with you long after its over."
Toronto World Arts

Upcoming Performances


At the Palmer Street Coffee House, Plattsburg, NY on Friday, March 10, 2000.

New Album

"Love That Strong" Released at the Horse Shoe Tavern in Toronto November 1999. This new album is being distributed by Festival Distribution and can be ordered through them at www.festival.bc.ca

Other Albums by ElizaBeth Hill

Nationwide Distribution -- By Festival Distribution

"Hearts of the Nations"


"When the Spirit Moves Me"

Music Masters

An independent record company that focuses primarily on performing artists of original music, in all genre's of music, with increased emphasis on Aboriginal and Native North American artists. Established 1991.


Native Roots Music News

Issue #00001 July 1999



ElizaBeth Hill -- New CD!!!

Finally! The longed for second release of singer songwriter ElizaBeth Hill is available through Music Masters Records, (PO Box 234, Ohsweken, Ontario N0A 1M0 Canada). Entitled Love That Strong the new CD is an amazing collection of her material as well as duets with John Hiatt on his Thirty Years of Tears, and with Jamie O'Hara on his Children on the Wild World. Included on the new release are "You Can't Rush Love"; "The Tobacco Song"; "The Grass Looks Greener (In a White Man's Yard)" and others. Produced by Bob Doidge (Gordon Lightfoot "A Painter Passing Through"), this CD is definitely has that songwriter "wow" and "play it again" quality! (To Order send cheque or money order to Music Masters, PO Box 234, Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0; or cheque with your local music store) Catalogue # Spirit CD-002.

Music Masters is pleased to announce the nomination of "Love That Strong", the new CD release by ElizaBeth Hill, for the Juno Awards 2000, in the category of "Best Music of Aboriginal Canada Recording."

The nominees were announced in a press conference on Wednesday morning, February 2nd, at the Glenn Gould Studios in Toronto. The winners will be announced at the 29th Annual Juno Awards on Sunday, March 12th at 8:00PM live from centre stage at Toronto's Skydome.

ElizaBeth Hill has become a strong force in North American Aboriginal music, and is taking her place among the best of folk and world music. Music Masters is her own independent record company established in 1993 with the release of her first album "When the Spirit Moves Me."

?..uncompromising lyrics? Her aboriginal spin on the forceful, folksy tradition suggests Buffy Sainte-Marie, but also Emmylou Harris, Joni Mitchell and other roots divas. - The Toronto Star

Noel Thomas, McGill University Radio

A long awaited interview, thwarted twice by the unexpected, was realized on June 16, 1999 in Toronto. That day granted me the fortune to not only hear ElizaBeth Hill's music, but to meet her in person.

Candidness and genuineness explain ElizaBeth to me. These characteristics reveal why her composing, singing, and self accompaniment on guitar are true expressions, readily apparent when listening to her music. From the interview ElizaBeth Hill mentioned: "As writers and performers our jobs are to make people believe us." Life's experiences eliminates the need for "faking it", when it comes to successfully communicating with one's audience in the world of the lively arts. From interviewing ElizaBeth, I glimpsed and learned some of the origins for her feelings and reasons to make music. Her raison d'tre. During the interview she also said: "You can only do so much by yourself." This pronouncement suggests the recent combination of her musical gifts and guitar, with the cellist Kiki Misumi, as heard on her latest CD "Love That Strong". An interesting duo they are, arriving at a new concept that takes their music into the realm where all creativity must go--evolution.

For Booking Information Contact:
Music Masters Records
PO Box 234
Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0
Six Nations Grand River Territory
Ph: (519) 445-2834
Fax: (519) 445-2834
Toll Free 1(888)317-7743

Contact Page

PO Box 234

Toll Free: 1(888)317-7743
Phone: (519) 445-2834
Fax: (519) 445-2834
E-mail elizabeth@geekward.com

Website: www.geekward.com

Order Form


Order Form

: musicmas@execulink.com

Method of PaymentCertified ChequeMoney OrderCredit Card
Compact Disc $18.50 (US) or $20.50 (CDN) VISA Card #
Cassette $10.50 (US) or $12.50 (CDN) Expiry Date
Please add Shipping $2.50 (CDN); MasterCard #
$2.50 (US); $3.50 (INT). Expiry Date
Payable to:
Music Masters
PO Box 234
Six Nations Reserve
Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0
Please allow 2-6 weeks delivery depending upon destination.
Total $
Plus SH $
Grand Total $



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