Photos and Bio

Elizabeth LaPrelle has been performing Appalachian ballads and old-time songs since she was eleven. Her magnificent voice, her respect for the songs, and her authentic mountain sound and style brought her to the attention of first Ginny Hawker and then Sheila Kay Adams. Raised in Rural Retreat, Virginia, Elizabeth attended old time fiddlers’ conventions and sang harmonies with her family, who taught her traditional singing styles and encouraged her to sing their own favorite American folk music. She received her undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary with a major in Southern Appalachian Traditional Performance, and now tours the US regularly both performing and teaching.

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High Resolution Photos

Elizabeth Singing, PHoto taken by Mike Melnyk

Elizabeth Singing, Photo taken by Mike Melnyk, 300 dpi, 2577 x 2017px

Elizabeth LaPrelle with Banjo; Photographer Mike Melnyk

Elizabeth LaPrelle with Banjo; Photo taken by Mike Melnyk, 300dpi, 4288 x 2848 px

 

Elizabeth and Sandy singing; Photo taken by Mike Melnyk, 300dpi, 3482 x 2635 px

 

The Fruit Dodgers; 180dpi, 2861 x 2289 px

 

Anna and Elizabeth; 180dpi, 4000 x 3000 px

 

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