Liz Seymour | That Thing Called Love

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That Thing Called Love

by Liz Seymour

Some say she's a Country Singer; some a Pop Singer; and others a Broadway Singer: but here, she never backs down and puts her heart and soul into every performance. She brings chills to your spine and tears to your eyes at the same time.
Genre: Easy Listening: Musicals/Broadway
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1. Somewhere Over the Rainbow/Never Never Land
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2. Waiting for Life
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3. Isn't This Better/Maybe This Time
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4. As Long As You're Mine (feat. Josh Young)
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5. Sleepy Man
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6. Say the Word
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7. Taylor, The Latte Boy
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8. How Could I Ever Know?
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9. Still Hurting
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10. That's How You Know
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11. I've Been Here Before/Never That Easy (feat. Claudia Carlsson)
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12. Gimme Gimme
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Album Notes
"I look forward to seeing Liz on Broadway, soon!"
Movie and Broadway Star, Peter Gallagher

"She puts her heart and soul into every performance…"
Gina Giachero - Music Director

"Her talent as a performer is only matched by her warmth as a person."
Brian Lowdermilk - Award-winning Composer, Kerrigan-Lowdermilk.com

"On countless occasions she has sent chills up my spine or brought tears to my eyes."
Rachel Marie Brooks - Miss Pennsylvania 2007

*** Main Line Today Magazine names Liz Seymour - That Thing Called Love an MLT MUST for January 2009 ***

"Wowie! What a powerhouse and amazing talent. You don't have to worry about your musical career…there's no stopping Liz Seymour! After listening to "Gimme Gimme" I had to hear everything. I loved them all. You have the magic and one hell of a gift. What chops! As you know, delivering a song is simply telling a story. The listener needs to "believe" the storyteller. (Easier said than done!) Liz understands that completely and delivers big time. And her phrasing is superb. Please keep me up to date on whatever Liz does."
Robert Silverman, San Diego, CA USA

Liz Seymour loves tough, rip-your-heart-and-soul-out songs…

And she has several on her new CD: Liz Seymour - That Thing Called Love.

Little did Liz know (when she was two years old sitting on the piano bench next to her Mom when Mom played church songs and show tunes) that she would grow up to be a singer.

25-year-old recording artist grew up outside of Philadelphia, PA USA and is releasing her new album Liz Seymour - That Thing Called Love.

Being the fifth generation of her family to work and perform at The Players Club of Swarthmore Theater, music has always been a big part of Liz's life since birth.

Once a close family friend (a good musician in her own right) said that at age two, Liz shouldn't be able to hear Mom play a note and then match it with her voice… she was just too young for that: but she COULD.

For as long as she can remember, Liz has been a singer: at the piano with Mom; in Nursery Day School while leading all the kids in her own “production” of Peter Pan (and then flying high in the lead role in middle school); solos in church and school; first chair at District and Regional Choruses; State Chorus; lead roles in Young People’s Theatre Workshop, Upper Darby Summer Stage, high school, and at The Players Club of Swarthmore Theater where she is the fifth generation of her family to perform and direct; and as Miss West Chester University 2004 where her singing (Gimme Gimme from "Thoroughly Modern Millie," which is on her CD) helped her win the crown.

When she was little, she dreamed of being a singer for her career. Currently, she spends a majority of her time being a 6th grade teacher (and theater teacher/choreographer to children on the weekends), but singing remains her passion. And you'll hear the passion, heart, emotion, and strength she pours into every song when you hear her CD (or some sample track snippets here on the site).

Liz's songs rip your heart out, throw it on the ground, stomp on it, throw it back in, and if it's still working: who cares… by then you will have been touched by Liz's special magic. And yet some songs give you strength, hope, and a new outlook on life as she softly and melodically shows you the tenderness that a truly good friend would show. Listen as she dedicates herself to love: love broken, love lost, love hoped for, love found.

Her new album features an overall theme of love, although it is not your typical happy-go-lucky or down-in-the-dumps songs about love but rather tells the full-circle story of love. With an underlying feel of country, pop, and Broadway, she is able to create music with a great deal of heart and soul.

Special guest singers on the album include Josh Young (who toured the U.S. as Marius in Les Miserables and plays Link in "Hairspray" at the Walnut Street Theatre) and Claudia Carlsson (the well-known Cabaret singer and Executive Director of Young People's Theatre Workshop where Liz was a student and more recently a teacher, director, choreographer).

Liz is also excited to be singing a song composed by Brian Lowdermilk and Kait Kerrigan, the award-winning New York composing team she has known for years. In addition, she is in the midst of working on three new videos that coincide with songs from Liz Seymour - That Thing Called Love, and all these videos are available at http://LizSeymour.com.

So, is she Liz Seymour the Country Singer? Liz Seymour the Pop Singer? Or Liz Seymour the Broadway Singer?

Does she sound like Jessica Andrews, Carrie Underwood, Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel?


Let us know what YOU think!



"She is the ultimate professional!"
Darrin Peters - Theater Director

"Her performance starts in her heart and emanates through her eyes, bright smile, and her brilliant expressions."
Dr. Michelle Filling - Miss West Chester University 1999

"She continually surpasses all expectations."
Bohdan Senkow, Director of Theatre, Widener University

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