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Ghhrfy

Ghhrfy

Ghhrfy


Ghhrfy (pronounced "gir-fee")is the electronic/pop project of Liz Derstine. Liz grew up in a musical family (her Dad a choir director and Mom a piano teacher), started taking piano lessons at the age of 7, flute lessons at 9, and has been singing all of her life. Her interest in pop music was sparked in the mid-nineties when the female fronted bands Garbage, the Cardigans, and No Doubt emerged. When high school came around, she picked up guitar, bass, mandolin, and violin. Read more on Last.fm
Ghhrfy (pronounced "gir-fee")is the electronic/pop project of Liz Derstine. Liz grew up in a musical family (her Dad a choir director and Mom a piano teacher), started taking piano lessons at the age of 7, flute lessons at 9, and has been singing all of her life. Her interest in pop music was sparked in the mid-nineties when the female fronted bands Garbage, the Cardigans, and No Doubt emerged. When high school came around, she picked up guitar, bass, mandolin, and violin.

She played in various groups including grunge band Paliurus, alternative/acoustic band Beauty For Ashes, and several worship groups. In 2003, Liz headed off to Greenville College to pursue a bachelor of arts in piano performance and to form a band. In January 2004, she helped form the alternative/goth band Nova Child and fronted the band as the lead singer. Within a few months, Nova Child was somewhat successful after landing a slot on the main stage at Agape Music Festival, but only lasted another year or so due to lack of members and interest. From 2005-2006, she fronted the new wave band The Madison Darlings, but things fell through quickly for various reasons.

No longer having a band to work with, Liz began to create her own music, and the project "Ghhrfy" was formed. At 21 years old, Liz is now in her senior year in Greenville College. She will be performing in her second full length piano recital on November 18th (including the entire work of "Carnaval" by Robert Schumann), and is looking forward to recording and releasing her first full length album by Spring 2007. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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