At first glance, the name of Lizzie Huffman's new CD, "Pretty Old Soul," might now sound like it would match the music of a 22 year old singer/songwriter. But it turns out to be an apt description of the music created by this Seattle native who moved to Denver earlier this year, as Huffman told OpenAir's Corey Jones: 

"I named the record ‘Pretty Old Soul’ and I didn’t want it to come across facetiously in the least. But I feel like being 22 years old and I’ve been writing music for almost ten years, I’ve gotten to that point where I suppose I could call myself an old soul. As far as inspirations, I’m a big Kitty Wells, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, fan of course. But I also grew up listening to Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill and I think that’s where I got my kinda soulful edge to my country music. Yea, that’s another reference to Pretty Old Soul I suppose”

Click below to listen to live versions of a couple of songs from the album that were recently recorded in our performance studio: