Inspired by folks, friends, and friendly folks Eliza Rosbach has been writing songs since childhood. Since moving to Asheville six years ago she can hardly put down her guitar and homemade banjo. Her music is quirky, sweet, thoughtful, and playful. Her songs come straight from the heart, and have been known to go straight to the tear ducts. Eliza has even been given the title of 'best singer in the world' by her eight year old niece, Zoe. She is doing her best to live up to it. 'Bloodroot Red is an acoustic collection with pin-drop clarity, excellent musicianship and some stellar songwriting. Rosbach dances on the fence between Appalachian folk and quirk pop, adding an Abigail Washburn-reminiscent banjo here (paired with lyrics culled from the poetry of Rosbach's great-grandmother), a homespun lullaby of botany and mountain lore there. Rosbach's singing voice is distinctively Southern and thick with inflection. Unusual, but effective, much like this haunting and highly unique collection that reveals it's intricate layers with further listening.' -Alli Marshall.