His voice is weathered and truthful, his lyrics, colorful and odd; he's been bending ears and genre lines through sage storytelling for years. His career in music and songwriting continues on a refreshingly honest course, writing chapters of courage and healing for family and fans alike.
Elliott Park’s songs have been sung on the hallowed stage of the Ryman Opry Theater, as well as on major network programs like “Late Night With David Letterman”, and “The Late Late Show” with Craig Ferguson. In 2006, his song “I Loved Her First” hit #1 on Billboard and R&R Magazines.
While some of his more recognizable songs thrive in Nashville, his main body of work leans away from trend, toward a more unconventional telling of timeless truths. Father, friend, poet, artist... Elliott's music is a sentimental celebration of life's beauty and the wealth hidden within its difficulties.
Just Be, Elliott's first full length children's album has received much acclaim with the follow up release, All Ways, charting on Sirius XM's station Kids Place Live for well over 2 months, holding the #1 slot for 2 consecutive weeks.
In Spring 2020 his single, Love Will See Us Through, featuring Lilah Benjamin, spent 16 weeks (incl. 3 weeks at #1) on the Sirius XM Kids Place Live chart.
On his newest album, Songs With My Daughters, Elliott kept it all in the family with a delightful collaboration with his daughters Anna, Autumn and April. It is an ear to the door of an imaginative and loving home, with sweet sentiments and a pinch of quirkiness for all ages.