Eliza Gilkyson’s ‘Home’ illustrates the gratitude of a musician who has known both prosperity and calamity, who has been graced with craft and crafted with grace.
Folkie Eliza Gilkyson’s Songs From the River Wind offers a balm to the human heart during this current plague season of disease and political strife.
Folk luminary Eliza Gilkyson’s “At the Foot of the Mountain” sets the spotlight on the beauties of mountainside living.
Eliza Gilkyson's desire to believe in something on Secularia is like someone whistling in the dark (or singing for inner strength when nobody's listening). It allows her to go on.