Elizabeth Tryon
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Elizabeth Tryon

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From Elizabeth album
featuring the singles "Fire Inside", "Gift", "Dancing Girl" and "You're Still Mine"

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Elizabeth Tryon's experiences as both a pop songwriter and a classically trained professional singer converged when she recorded her debut album "From Elizabeth" with Grammy-winning producer Scott Jacoby and Anthony Resta (Elton John).

Her pop single "Fire Inside" broke the Top 10 on the FMQB AC National Radio Chart. The song has also won additional awards and been featured in a cutting-edge music video. Elizabeth's pop songs "Gift" and "Dancing Girl" both charted at #12 on the Hot 100 AC National Chart. Her song "You're Still Mine" was chosen to be the soundtrack for a very moving U.S. Armed Forces tribute video.

Elizabeth currently performs a solo concert featuring her original music plus some exciting classical selections to standing-room-only audiences in the Northeast. Her concerts are funny (drawing on her several years' experience performing improvisational comedy), moving, and educational. Elizabeth's concerts draw audience members from several demographics, as they appeal to both pop and classical music fans. They are also multi-media events - Elizabeth incorporates 2 music videos into her concerts.

Elizabeth also happily performs her chart-topping pop songs at pop music festivals.

Described as a "singing sensation with an angelic voice", Elizabeth Tryon grew up writing pop songs in Westchester County, NY. But her pop music aspirations took a surprising turn when she got accepted to study classical singing at the prestigious Indiana University School of Music. In addition to performing in NYC and in Europe as a classical singer, Elizabeth brings her own original, fun, and elegant style to the pop-crossover niche.