Eliza Gilkyson

Eliza Gilkyson is one of the singer/songwriters who makes the Austin, Texas scene so vital, a Grammy nominated writer with a long musical history and a daunting pedigree. Gilkyson was born in Los Angeles, daughter of Terry Gilkyson of The Easy Riders, and sister of Tony Gilkyson who played with X in their latter days. Her dad wrote Frankie Laine's “Cry of the Wild Goose,” Dean Martin’s #1 hit “Memories Are Made of This,” the Brothers Four’s biggest tune “Greenfields,” and “Maryanne” for the Easy Riders, one of the first successful folk/pop tunes.

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City Of Origin:
Hollywood, California, United States
Genre:
Folk, Folk Rock
Birthdate:
08/24/1950
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