Liv Greene is an emerging singer-songwriter based in Boston, Massachusetts. Raised in a wooded corner of Washington, D.C., Liv discovered her love of song at 12 years old, after teaching herself her first chords on guitar. After attending Miles of Music Camp, a fiddle camp in New Hampshire, during her freshman year of high school, Liv developed a deepened interest in songwriting as well as Appalachian folk and roots music. She has since felt at home writing and performing old-time, Americana and indie folk music. Her influences are varied and numerous, including Bonnie Raitt, Joni Mitchell, Elliott Smith, Gillian Welch, Lucinda Williams, Patty Griffin, and Aoife O’Donovan- to name just a few. From 2015-2017, Liv was part of a touring americana duo with fiddler and songwriter, Olivia Baxter, called "Liv & Let Liv,” in which she sang, and played guitar and clawhammer banjo. The two have toured extensively, and have travelled much of the east coast and Canada playing both original and traditional music. Liv Greene was a 2016 YoungArts finalist in Voice (Singer-Songwriter) and is an alum of Interlochen Arts Academy, where she graduated in 2016 with honors, a Fine Arts Award in songwriting, and the singer-songwriter program's Artist of the Year Award. She was recently selected, as one of three songwriters, to attend this year’s Acoustic Music Seminar in Savannah, GA. She currently lives in Boston where she studies Contemporary Improvisation at New England Conservatory.