Hi folks and Happy New Year! Here’s the latest…
Saturday, March 10th – Lori and I return to The Tavern in Historic Richmond Town in Staten Island, NY. This acoustic venue is a 19th century building with a wood burning stove and candlelit ambiance. We’ll be performing an hour show at 6pm and then another hour show at 8pm. Tickets for each performance are $16 in advance and $18 at the door, but space is limited, so it’s best to purchase your tickets online in advance HERE!
Friday, March 16th – I’ll be performing a few original songs with Lori and also sitting in on mandolin with singer/songwriter Janie Barnett at Prospect Concerts, a music series held at the Society for Ethical Culture in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Also on the bill that night is Clay Ross. Doors at 7:30pm and the show starts at 8pm. Admission at the door is $10 for adults and $6 for kids.
Saturday, March 17th – Lori and I will be returning to the North Elk Coffee House in North East, Maryland. We’ll be performing two sets of my original songs beginning at 7:30pm and considering it’s St. Patrick’s Day, we’ll do a few Irish favorites, as well! There is a suggested donation of $10 for adults and $6 for children, under 18. Proceeds from the coffee house go towards Meeting Ground, an organization that supports homeless individuals and families in Cecil County, Maryland. We love this venue and are excited to be back!
Friday, March 23rd – I will be one of three singer/songwriters performing their original songs during Free Music Fridays at the American Folk Art Museum near Lincoln Center in Manhattan. Lori Brigantino will be joining me for this performance. Music runs from 5:30pm-7:30pm. This event is free!
Details for all these performances can be found on my Tour page.
IN OTHER NEWS…
I’m excited to announce that my original song “I Gotta Find Me Somethin'” is being used in the opening sequence of the new romantic comedy “For the Love of George” directed by Maria Burton and written by and staring Nadia Jordan along with Rosanna Arquette, Tate Donovan and Kristen Johnston. The film won the Audience Choice Award at the recent Chicago Comedy Film Festival. The film was released on DVD and VOD on February 13th, 2018 and the soundtrack is available here on iTunes.
I’m excited to kick off the new year with my tune “Wonder Wheel” in the latest Women of Substance Podcast #730. Click here to listen on iTunes!
We had the great joy and honor to perform with Terre Roche on some classic Roches songs at “If These Walls Could Talk” a Tribute to The Bottom Line on October 13th at The Schimmel Center in NYC hosted by Paul Shaffer (of Late Night with David Letterman). Here’s a shot of the whole band that played with Terre: Left to right, Lori, Terre, Jay Anderson (bass), Lisa, Garry Dial (piano), Feifei Yang (erhu) plus some additional photos of us performing taken by Kevin Yatarola.
My song EVERY DAY’S A JOURNEY has been selected to appear on a compilation album called The City & The Heart Volume 4. The downloadable album contains original tracks from NYC indie women songwriters and musicians and all proceeds from the sale of the album will go to benefit the non-profit organization Safe Horizons as October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The album was released on October 20th – You purchase it for $15 HERE!
We’ve been busy continuing to record tracks so we can release a new album very soon – stay tuned!
I had the great joy of making music again with my former Lez Zeppelin bandmates Sarah McLellan and Destroy (with special guest Tomi Millioto) at May Pang’s birthday bash at The Cutting Room in NYC in October. Here’s a sampling of us doing some of our Led Zep favorites!
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Sending you all good wishes for a wonderful holiday season and joyous new year ahead!
– Lisa B.
Singer/Songwriter * Composer * Musician
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