The Gospel According to Liz Vice

Chimera Van Ornum

The talented chanteuse carves a genre of her own.

Liz Vice found her gift for music while performing in a church choir in Portland, Oregon. But Vice didn’t grow up religious and avoids the gospel label. And though the songs on her debut album, There’s a Light, invoke faith and redemption and, yes, even God, they’re hip and modern and fun. And it’s impossible to listen to Vice’s music without acknowledging at least one higher power—her own soulful voice.


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