Elizabeth Chan is a touring and session drummer from New York City, based in Nashville, Tennessee. She has worked with a variety of artists, including eight-time GRAMMY Award winner Carrie Underwood, country music legend Darius Rucker (of Hootie & The Blowfish), multi-platinum artist Keith Urban, powerhouse country trio Lady A, The Voice Australia finalist Ben Hazlewood, Billboard AC/CHR chart topper Hollyn, and 2014 GMA Dove Award "New Artist of the Year" Ellie Holcomb. Whether playing to anthemic rock and country melodies or accompanying folk and pop ballads, one thing is consistently evident: There is never a lack of passion in what Elizabeth does.

Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Elizabeth became highly involved in the rich local music scene of New York City during her formative years. Under the direction of drum teachers Paul Tso and Phil Bloom, Elizabeth began diving into genres from rock to R&B, jazz to hip hop, and gospel to latin, pulling from influences such as Dave Weckl, Sheila E, Hilary Jones, Aaron Spears, Chris Coleman, and Lester Estelle, Jr.

At the age of 17, Elizabeth was offered a full-tuition music scholarship and began touring as a drummer with her university's traveling ensembles. By the end of her college career, Elizabeth had graduated summa cum laude, played more than 270 shows across the United States, participated in 7 tours, garnered multiple endorsements, and worked with a number of notable artists and songwriters.

Elizabeth now resides in Nashville, Tennessee, where she serves as a touring/session musician for numerous pop, country, and CCM acts. For further information, please email