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Liz Tapia | Coffee for One

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Coffee for One

by Liz Tapia

Liz Tapia’s first solo pop release “Coffee for One” showcases her warm melodic voice performing melancholy yet hopeful lyrics over a catchy melody.
Genre: Pop: Pop
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Liz Tapia’s first solo pop release “Coffee for One” showcases her warm melodic voice performing melancholy yet hopeful lyrics over a catchy melody. While the song carries some of the dark overtones of her work with the cinematic rock band Dark Beauty, “Coffee for One” is one in a series of songs allowing Liz to stretch into other areas of music without the conceptual requirements of the band. The melody and lyrics popped into her head quickly, and with the help of composer / arranger Jan Stephens, guitarist Bryan Zeigler and engineer Artie Rodriguez, a song was born. Liz plans continue to express herself in a myriad of styles, and hopes you enjoy “Coffee for One!”

Liz Tapia is a lyric mezzo-soprano, whose smooth, warm, versatile voice adds nuanced textures to the epic music she writes and performs. She draws influence from Anne Wilson, Linda Ronstadt and Inva Mula. Liz’s background in acting, production and musical theater all affect the musical scope and cinematic feel of her work. She is the lead singer for the Progressive Rock band Dark Beauty and is now branching out into pop and standards.

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