Elizabeth Montgomery Announces September 15th CD Release Party at Dance World of Nashville

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Elizabeth Montgomery will celebrate the release of her new album, “Singing the Sky Blue,” with a release party at Dance World of Nashville on September 15th.

Elizabeth Montgomery, Singing the Sky Blue

Nashville-based recording artist Elizabeth Montgomery is pleased to announce that a CD release party for her upcoming album, “Singing the Sky Blue,” will be held on Sunday, September 15th from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM at Dance World of Nashville (630 Rundle Avenue). The music and dance event is free and open to the public, and will feature dancers, a performance by Montgomery, and food and desserts will be available.

"Singing the Sky Blue" is a 1940′s themed recording, filled with uplifting songs in a big band style. The album includes such memorable classics as "Sunny Side of the Street," “The Sound of Music,” "Moon River/Blue Moon," "What a Wonderful World," "I'll be Seeing You” and more.

Produced by Robert White Johnson (Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Martins, BJ Thomas), the album’s first single, “I’ve Got the World on a String,” has captured the attention of Nashville’s dance community. A signature dance was created by respected Nashville choreographer, Barry Amato, and plans are being made to launch the dance in Europe this fall in conjunction of Montgomery’s appearance at an event in Paris.

"I am so excited about the release of the long awaited CD, 'Singing the Sky Blue,'" said Montgomery. "I invite you to come with me on this journey and we will recapture the beauty and elegance of an era in our history when America was bustling with music and dance."

Montgomery's singing career almost didn't happen. For the first fourteen years of her life, Montgomery spent much of her time in hospitals, enduring an extremely serious lung condition that was thought to be terminal. After a miraculous healing, she was determined to make up for lost time and pursue music. As a teenager, Montgomery recorded a Gospel album - the first of nine. Classically trained, she has performed numerous operatic roles including “Twelfth Night” and “Hansel and Gretel,” and she has traveled throughout the U.S., Europe and Central America, with over 3000 performances to her credit.

For more information on Elizabeth Montgomery, visit http://www.elizabethmontgomerymusic.com.

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