b. 1949, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
In 1969 she signed briefly to CBS but first made an impression on the soul scene after moving to Los Angeles in the early 70's.
Also in 1977 she teamed up with Jerry Goldstein and his Far Out production company to record 'Eloise', including 'Baby You Lied,' 'Love Comes Easy' and 'Forever Now', for ABC Records, co-produced by the late Linda Creed.
Linda produced her next album 'Eloise Laws' (1980), including 'Let's Find Those Two People Again', for Liberty Records.
In 1982, Ronnie Laws produced her Capitol album 'All In Time', including 'Love Ain't Easy', while Eloise also worked with sister Debra as backing singers on the Aquarian Dream classic 'You're A Star'.
In 2000, Eloise returned to recording with a new album entitled 'The Key' on Scepterstein Records.
eloise with the late linda creed
Ain't It Good Feeling Good (Invictus 1976)
Eloise (ABC 1977)
Eloise Laws (Liberty 1980)
All In Time (Capitol 1982)
The Key (Scepterstein 2000)
Secrets (Scepterstein 2003)