Eliza Neals


“A voice I soon won’t forget, great” Mick Jagger (Mustique Blues Festival 2020.) Eliza Neals is hailed as the “last Motown trained Detroit born soul singer” mentored by songwriting legend Barrett Strong Jr. Terrestrial radio worldwide and especially SiriusXM has embraced Eliza Neals songwriting and production with seventeen songs in heavy rotation since 2015 to 37 million subscribers. Eliza Neals has brought a fresh contemporary energy to the blues genre, infusing it with elements of rock, soul plus a hard hitting Detroit sound. Her dynamic stage presence and powerful voice have contributed to revitalizing traditional blues music, attracting a wider audience of listeners who may not typically gravitate towards the genre. Neals has been a strong advocate for promoting the presence of women in blues music, recording on her own label Joe Louis Walker, Lance Lopez, King Solomon Hicks, Barrett Strong, Poppa Chubby, Billy ‘JC’ Davis and many more. Awards received include a 2018 Detroit Black Music Award for Artist of the Year, five Detroit Music Awards in Blues and Rock along with twenty nominations in the Independent Blues Awards. International and cross country touring on multiple music festivals has proven Eliza Neals to be a magical blues singer.

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