Liz McNicholl grew up in a small village in Co. Meath, Ireland and was using a skipping rope for her microphone at age 3.

She immigrated to the United States at 18 where she spent a short time in Boston and later moved to New York where she had a wonderful career at Memorial Sloan-Kettering in a Management role in their Physician Billing Department, & later branched off to fulfill her passion in music.

The plan was to be in the States for just a year. Needless to say, she fell in love with America and decided to stay.  She has now made her home in Hamden, CT where she combines her experience in Business management and passion for music and runs a fantastic early childhood music program called Musical Folk in New Haven County (

Liz has the joy of continuing performing as a soloist and with her band playing a variety of styles of music from Celtic to Americana and Folk music.


Click here to visit Liz's Music early childhood education program,

Liz has played at venues across the country and at local venues such as Cafe Nine, Arts and Ideas Festival, The Outer Space, The Acoustic Cafe, Savin Rock Festival, The Levitt Pavilion and Bradley airport, to name a few.  Liz has also been on several tours with the acclaimed group "Cherish The Ladies" playing at concert halls around the country and has been featured on many TV interviews (WTHN, CT Style, Good Morning CT, and Irish TV).

She has released three CDs, "Grand Central Station", "Tiny Lights", and a self titled album by her band called "The Crickstones".  Her music can be bought directly from her "Store" page, and are also available on all the usual online options: iTunes, Amazon, Pandora, CD Baby and YouTube. *And* if you're lucky enough to be booking a flight to Ireland, you'll hear her singing while "on hold" with Aer Lingus.  

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