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Sheva Elliot: A Musical Journey from Childhood Melodies to Mystical Creations - Unveiling Upcoming Singles with Political and Rock Vibes!"

Songstress Sheva Elliot opens up about her music journey, diverse live performances, and the mystical inspiration behind her upcoming singles, blending political ballads and heavy rock beats.

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Today We Have The Pleasure To Have This Great Artist Here On Goathead!


GH: Hey Sheva, great to have you here !

What inspired you to start writing music?


Sheva Elliot: I always say that music chose me. I started singing when I was four years old, and was writing little rhymes and melodies throughout childhood.


GH: Can you tell us more about your experience performing live at gigs and what was the most memorable experience you had?


Sheva Elliot: Every gig is different – it all depends on the audience, venue, season, etc. I’m very sensitive to the energy of a room. I’ve played live for nearly empty bars to packed venues in L.A. All of it is a necessary experience. One of my favorite shows was for my golden birthday at Hotel Café – I turned 28 on September 28th a few years ago, and that show just felt so special! A lot of love in that room.

GH: How is your process of songwriting set around?


Sheva Elliot: I wouldn’t say I have a specific process. Sometimes, I’ll just sit down to play the piano without any pressure, and a melody will start to reveal itself. Other times, I’ll get a melody or lyrics in my head and go to the piano to see what song wants to come through.


GH: What motivates you to create music and bring awareness to different situations through your songs?

Sheva Elliot: I truly believe musical creation is a mystical experience. It doesn’t all come from me, but I know I’m one of the lucky channels who gets to share it. I write in response to the world at large, or to help clarify and heal situations in my own life.


GH: Could you share some insights into your next projects?


Sheva Elliot: I have two new singles ready to be released, and am so excited about them! One is more a political ballad, the other one is a heavier rock song.


 

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