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Dave Bloom- Texas Music Magazine
"Timeless wisdom tells us that home is where the heart is and Elizabeth Wills proves it with beautifully rendered songs of wanderlust and love on her latest album. Produces and engineered by Austin's Mark Hallman, who also plays bass, clarinet, lap steel and accordion, Love Comes Home features an all-star lineup of backing voices from Sara Hickman, BettySoo, Susan Gibson, and Shelley King. Wills chronicles the journeys and joys of counting off "every lonely mile, one by one," on that long ride home to a lover's smile, the helping hands of a "Million Angels" who get us through the darkest hours, and the heartbreak that may come when "timing wins again," as she sings on the album's closer and highlight, "Timing." In love and music, it's all about timing, and this is clearly Elizabeth Wills' time."

Brenda Rushing - Pegasus News (Dallas) (February 27, 2010)
"Love Comes Home' is an appropriate title for Wills' newest project. It’s a journey from broken hearts to enjoying and cherishing the time spent with loved ones. If the same old Texas country is sounding like a broken record ready to be tossed out, Elizabeth Wills will point you in a different direction.

Hector Saldaña-San Antonio Express-News (Feb 10, 2010)
"Singer-songwriter Wills' new album is the first one produced by the nonprofit arm of the intimate La Grange venue the Bugle Boy. And the organization's instincts are right on. Wills delivers an enjoyable listening experience, brimming with confidence and sweetness."

Mario Tarradell/ Music critic - Dallas Morning News (Feb 3, 2010)
"Her instruments are her lovely voice, her songwriting pen and her talent for the piano and the six-string. You can hear her sonic beauty on folk-pop cuts from Love Comes Home, her latest album."

Dalis Allen, Producer - Kerrville Folk Festival (Oct 12, 2009)
"Elizabeth Wills is one of those artists that you can discover over and over again and love her every time. She has the package deal all wrapped up, great songs, voice and instrumentation delivered with ease and grace. She will definitely be back to play our Festivals in Texas!"

Paul Barker - Barker House Concerts (Oct 1, 2009)
"Every time I hear Elizabeth Wills perform, regardless of the venue, I say to myself, ‘What the hell is she still doing playing here?’ She is one of those artists we all brag about eventually when we tell our friends, ‘Yea, but I heard her years ago.’ Don’t miss the opportunity to hear her now while you can afford it!"

Sara Hickman, 2010 Texas State Musician

"Certain voices wrap around the listener's heart with instant familiarity and warmth, like a long lost friend you've been waiting to meet...that's what elizabeth wills' voice brings to mind. In regards to her songwriting, her song
" in the broken" captures the essence of everything a song should be: heartfelt, clarified intimacy delivered with sincere conviction needing nothing more than elizabeth's warm voice and acoustic guitar arpeggios."

Jenny Block - Dallas Morning News
"The crowd was hers from the start...Her lush voice calls to mind female singer/songwriter greats
such as Carly Simon, Shawn Colvin and Sarah McLachlan. "

Lane Gosnay, Founder - The Bugle Boy (May 21, 2009)

"Elizabeth Wills voice is at minimal angelic and can be best described as viscerally intoxicating."

Samantha Jones - Static Multimedia (Nov 29, 2007)
"Elizabeth Wills is a great listen when you are alone and need to unwind. She sings gracefully about love, romance, and being thankful for what you've been given. Most artists these days sing of misery and despair and it's nice to see the polar opposite of that. Finally, someone who sees the world as the glass half full."

Sheila Dichoso - Campus Circle (Mar 28, 2008)
"You know something is special when it breaks your heart and tugs at your fragile heartstrings, yet exquisitely captures your every emotion. This rings true for singer-songwriter Elizabeth Wills’ music."

JIMMY FOWLER - Fort Worth Weekly (Apr 9, 2008)
", wise vocal style"


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