The stunning Montana-born singer and actress Hunter Elizabeth has a voice “smooth like butter” according to Jennifer Lopez. Scott Mathews, Hit or Myth Productions, says, "One of the most talented new artists I have found in recent years." Her sound is a blend of Amy Winehouse, Bruno Mars, Alicia Keys and Stevie Wonder with hints of 60s-70s throwback vibes.

Hunter is currently working out of The Village Recording Studios in Los Angeles with producers John Alagia and Jesse Siebenberg to release her debut EP later in 2019. Hunter’s first commercial release is a cover of George Harrison’s “Something” for the Instant Records living album “Instant Love,” led by industry legend Richard Gottehrer and distributed by The Orchard.

Most recently, Hunter has teamed up with friend Lukas Nelson of the band “Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real.”  Together they played on the Conan Show and performed 'Find Yourself,' a song Lukas wrote with Lady Gaga. Lukas and Hunter have also joined with Willie Nelson to play The Hollywood Bowl, and Austin City Limits together. A US tour with Lukas is in the works.

Born in 1992, singing came early to Hunter Elizabeth, beginning with performances on the baby monitor.  By the age of ten, Hunter was performing every chance she got in her small hometown in Montana.  In middle school, she was attending college intensives and summer schools across the country for vocal training and starring in high school and community theatre musicals. By high school, Hunter was the lead singer in her own band, performed in 7+ school choirs and additionally was a member of Helena’s Chamber Singers, got to the Top 100 in American Idol and Top 60 on The Voice, and started and directed her own community children’s choir in her free time.

Hunter left her small hometown in Montana after high school at the age of 18 to pursue a college education in Los Angeles at Musician’s Institute and graduated with a double major in Vocal Performance and Music Production. In 2016, Hunter could be heard weekly as a house artist playing at hot LA club, “The Nice Guy,” where she performed for guests Justin Timberlake, Justin Bieber, LA Reid, David Foster, The Kardashian’s, Drake, Selena Gomez, Nick Jonas, Marilyn Manson, Ryan Seacrest, and more. In the past couple of years in Los Angeles, Hunter has performed with local and national artists such as The Scary Pockets, Nina Storey, Matt Cermanski, Erick Macek, Aquile Gunby, Bryan Keith and Kail Baxley. Her composition and performance of “I Am,” co-written with Chris Alan Lee for the Oprah Winfrey Network, was featured on the network’s series, “Love in the City.”  Hunter recorded background vocals for band "Bonson Berner" on their 2015 album and demo vocals for esteemed producer Wayne Wilkins for the Leona Lewis song, "Ladders." 

While attending the Musician’s Institute in Hollywood, Hunter helped pay the bills through acting. Hunter recently landed her first starring television role in April 2017 in a sitcom pilot titled “Spare Me.” After she landed the role, writer David O. Whatley heard Hunter’s music and turned her role into a character that sings/performs in every episode of the series. Hunter will also be co-writing/recording the theme song for “Spare Me” with the show’s acclaimed composer, Robb Padgett, and her friend Lukas Nelson. 

Her most notable television credits include roles on NBC’s “Undateable” (2014), CBS’s “The Bold and the Beautiful” (2013), TNT’s “Murder in the First,” feature film “Me Him Her” directed by Max Landis (2013), and Nickelodeon's “Game Shakers” (2016).  She has appeared in numerous national commercials including Ford, Popeye’s, Magic Bullet, Blue Apron, General Insurance, Aczone, Marriott, Walmart, Under Armour, Porsche, Volvo and many more.