Elizabeth White was born in Dayton, OH, but spent most of her childhood in parts of California. She first began playing guitar when she was 12 years old. A couple of years later, she added songwriting to her blossoming skills. In high school she was a part of the choir and even performed in some musical theater. After school, White put her music aside for six long years, until 1989. White's debut album, The Edges of My Heart, is filled with moving numbers like "I Will Never Be the Same," "If I Reach for What I Want," "The Power of Your Kiss," and "Make This Bird Fly."
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