MS. ELOISE LAWS “EL”

Paving the success of her career with phenomenal vocals, she has been praised by critics for
several years and has earned a stellar reputation across generations.

Taking a break from her career as a solo artist, Eloise found herself instead pursuing a career on the stage. In a powerful move for a black woman, she helped bring blues and soul to Broadway, co-writing and starring in the stage production “It Ain’t Nothing but the Blues.” The musical would eventually have over 280 performances. The production was a hit, nominated for four Tony awards, with Best Musical among them. Eloise’s own powerful stage presence and voice would also get her nominated for the Drama Desk Award: Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical. So successful, it was even revived in 2011 by the New Harlem Arts Theater.

Eloise Laws is a Texas-born woman turned Broadway star. Laws features most prominently in jazz and soul music, a genre where her clear, powerful voice naturally flourishes. Paving the success of her career with phenomenal vocals, she has been praised by critics for several years and has earned a stellar reputation across generations.

AWARDS

She was awarded the prestigious Cherry Blossom Award at the Tokyo Music Festival.and the
Long Beach Jazz Festival among many others.

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El’s voice has serenaded continents with her signature, easy-going style. Her magnificent vocals have been featured in songs like “Love Comes Easy”, “Love Factory” You’re Incredible and” Stay With Me”.Her new single, “Can’t Let Myself, Hurt Myself”, is powerful testament to the power and independence of the female spirit.

El’s voice has serenaded continents with her signature, easy-going style. Her magnificent vocals have been featured in songs like “Love Comes Easy”, “Love Factory” You’re Incredible and” Stay With Me”.Her new single, “Can’t Let Myself, Hurt Myself”, is powerful testament to the power and independence of the female spirit.