About Eliza Gilkyson
While she took a tortoise-paced path to prominence, by the 2000s, singer-songwriter Eliza Gilkyson's the whispery brand of folk Eliza Gilkyson began plying in the late-'60s began to curry a deserved following. Eliza relocated to New Mexico in her late-teens, making her debut in 1969 with ELIZA. After a ten-year hiatus she returned with LOVE FROM THE HEART. PILGRIMS, released in 1986, found a surprise audience with new age fans for its dreamlike fusion of folk and pop. Gilkyson subsequently toured and recorded with Swiss harpist Andreas Vollenweider, before returning to her solo career with the rootsy THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS in 1992, followed a string of highly acclaimed albums. LAND OF MILK AND HONEY, in 2004, was of particular note for her cover of newly discovered Woody Guthrie song "Peace Call."