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Elizabeth Huett

Spunky and joyful singer known on her behalf songs “A single Hand for the Steering wheel,” “Blessed Will be the Broken Hearted,” and “Never Find out” amongst others. She was praised by Hillary Scott of Woman Antebellum in early stages when Scott stated ‘that her skill and sweet nature, alongside her amazing tale, can not only result in big things on her behalf, but inspire others to fantasy big aswell.’ She writes for Warner Chappell posting and includes a music on Sara Evans’ recording Slower Me Down known as “Put My Center Down.” Created in Riverside, she was used when she was just three days older to a caring family members. She was a history vocalist for the Taylor Swift tracks “Speak Right now,” “Mean,” and “Superman” from Swift’s recording Speak Now.

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