This uplifting song reminds us that it is possible to grow spiritually through hard times. This song reflects on the loss of my Grandfather, to whom I was very close. Broad, open chords open the song, providing an air of hope through swelling crecendos. The catchy melody of the chorus sticks with the listener - beckoning to our more nostalgic tendencies and tugging at our heartstrings.
We've all got something to say.
Dulci Ellenberger has been performing as a singer/songwriter since 2006. It all began with world travel and a dream when her first project, Now You See Them, was formed. After years of honing her craft in New York City, Hawaii, Australia, and the Southeastern United States, Dulci finds herself settled in Asheville with ample opportunity to define her individual style through multiple projects. Locally, she can be found singing and playing guitar, melodica, and percussion with Asheville favorites, Sweet Claudette and The Moon and You, and regionally/nationally as a singer with powerhouse rock band, Holy Ghost Tent Revival. Dulci’s songwriting is thoughtful and provocative, and her clear and soaring vocal melodies have a nostalgic air, bound to affect the listener. From Smoky Mountain Living,Ellenberger’s voice is like that of a songbird—not like the fluttering Jeff Buckley but more of a 21st century Joni Mitchell.
Upon the crest of a new year, I welcomed a new family member - a nephew - into my life! For me, January brings with it the need to assess the year past and consider my goals for the year to come. This song has an uptempo, uplifting, and joyful feel - reminding the listener that there are big possibilities on the horizon.
Recorded at a home studio in Asheville, North Carolina, this 3-part version of Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas is captivating. Ryan Lassiter and Sav Sankaran add soaring and tasteful harmonies to a classic melody, delivered simply and elegantly by Dulci Ellenberger.
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1: What artist would you most love to work with?
Esme Patterson/Paper Bird
2: What instrument brings you the most joy?
3: What was the worst advice?
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4: What was your first concert?
5: What/where is the best road food?
Grocery stores like Whole Foods, Earthfare, and Harris Teeter
6: What’s the best music advice you ever got?
7: Who is your most surprising inspiration?