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San Francisco, CA, 94102
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Singer and songwriter Elley Duhé grew up on the nation’s Gulf Coast, shuttling the 45 minutes between the small coastal towns of Vancleave, Mississippi, and Dauphin Island, Alabama. She remembers languid summers by the ocean, eating heaps of fresh seafood, and listening to the classic rock, blues, and jazz musicians who came through from nearby New Orleans.
Duhé began her career at 15 singing in coffee shops, then graduated to paying gigs in bars, restaurants, and at private parties, eventually parlaying the exposure into opening for national acts and hooking up with songwriters in Nashville, Los Angeles, and Austin, where, after dropping out of high school and getting her GED, she spent three years honing her craft.
Duhé has channeled her feelings about her struggles into her songwriting, attracting 3.6 million Spotify plays for her debut single “immortal,” which VIBE has described as “an electric, hip-hop influenced track that tells a story of empowerment” and calling out its “captivating melodies that will give you goosebumps.
Now signed to RCA Records, Duhé is gearing up to release her debut EP, which is filled with more empowerment songs, including her new single, “Fly,” which finds her setting her soulful, emotive voice to lyrics about finding freedom from pain and hurt rather than running from it.
To Be Announced Soon!
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