Elizabeth Anne Mall, singer-songwriter from Morganville, Kansas, has been working with Los Angeles producer Rob Chiarelli on his Street Lamp Records label while living in northern California. Dec. 8 her 3rd album “L’amour” with the label was released on all digital music sources. Mall is a graduate of Clay Center Community High School and College of the Ozarks graduate in Music Ministry.
In her EP “L’amour” Elizabeth Anne Mall delivers a new batch of heartfelt songs with her trademark simplicity and sincerity. She shines with vulnerable vocals and cello lines on ballads “All I Can Say” and “Carry You.” “Welcome Home” showcases a lesser seen upbeat side of Mall, while “Messy Love” is a surprising moody pop song which delivers a haunting-but hopeful-message about working through the difficulties of love. “L’amour” means love, and this collection of songs is all about love in its many different forms. “This EP honors so many different relationships I’ve had, the good and the bad, and everything in between.” Hard copy CD’s of Mall’s earlier CD’s are available at Mayo’s Department Store in Clay Center, Kansas, and “L’amour” can be preordered there as well.
Street Lamp Records has been marketing her original songs for three years, and has placed one from her 3rd album “Vivre” with the Swedish company Tetra Pak. Tetra Pak has factories in many countries and manufactures containers for foods. The song chosen by Tetra Pak is “A Little Hope,” and it fits the company’s products, which are used to contain foods and drinks in areas where food storage is difficult. The video can be seen here: https://youtu.be/64RXlGi9DVk
Mall is also starting a Masters Degree program at Biola University in Christian Apologetics. She was awarded a scholarship, based on an essay written about her using original music to address the issue of why God allows evil in the world. A link to her application was song “The Eye of the Storm,” written for a College of the Ozarks senior project CD entitled “A Beautiful War.” Its subtitle is “Hailey’s Song,” because it was a tribute to a young girl who was murdered in Springfield, Missouri, during that time period.
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