Lizz & Rex Jazz Ensemble
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"BRD House Music is 'all about the performer'"

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Jazz Jam Session with the Lizz & Rex Club Combo

... for players to get some experience ... is the jazz jam session... every fourth Friday or every month.

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Lizz & Rex Combo features Elizabeth Barnes on vocals. - Dayton Daily News Sunday May 17, 2009


"Jazz Notes -Weekly Swing NIght At Therapy Cafe Provides Fun Throwback And More"

By Duante Beddingfield

Wednesday nights at Therapy Cafe, located at 452 E. Third Street, are one of downtown Dayton's most over looked gems.
… frequently feature stepdaughter Elizabeth (Lizz) Barnes on vocals. Barnes, 21 has a voice that's brittle and crystalline, soft as a blanket and clear as a bell, evoking both Stacey Kent and Norah Jones (close your eyes when she sings "Don't Know Why" and prepare to be slack-jawed) with a hinge of Doris Day. … we play a combination of soft jazz standards and show tunes, boss nova …. - Dayton City Paper


Discography

Fly Me To The Moon,
Boy From Ipanema,
It Had To Be You:
Sunday Kind of Love,
More,
Don't Know Why,
It Had to Be You
Honeysuckle Rose,
I'm Beginning To See The Light
At Last
Quiet Nights
I Could Write A Book,

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Elizabeth 'Lizz' Hayes has been singing since infancy, and she has been performing as a professional for the past four (4) years. Her vocal style has been compared to Linda Eder, Karen Carpenter, Etta James and Stacey Kent. Her voice is fresh, clear, appealing and was metaphorized by one fan as "oxegen over velvet." She currently attends Central State University, was the lead vocalist for the Jazz Band for three years. She is also a nationally recognized young artist, and her vocal abilities are evenly matched by her talent with charcoal and paper. Her awards include, national, state and local honors. The professors at Central have commented that Elizabeth will be featured in many art compilations. She is certainly a beautiful, young woman with a bright future!

Elizabeth's influences include: Rosemary Clooney, Nancy Wilson, Betty Hutton, Peggy Lee, Louis Armstrong and Sara Vaughn.