Elizabeth Wyld is a NYC-based singer and songwriter from rural Virginia. Two years ago she was suffering from a paralyzed vocal cord that left her unable to sing and speak for half a year. During this period of silence, she took to writing songs and since she recovered, she has been singing and playing her indie-folk tunes all over New York City and throughout the east coast. Elizabeth has previously played an NYAC show and is back to tell us about her latest release "Child".
She will be releasing her third single in April 2019.
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