Hi folks! Here’s the latest on upcoming performances…
Friday, October 13th – I’m thrilled to announce that Lori and I have been asked by Terre Roche to sing with her on a few classic Roches songs at “If These Walls Could Talk” , a tribute to The Bottom Line to be held at The Schimmel Center at Pace University, NYC. Also performing with us will be Gary Dial (piano), Feifei Yang (erhu), Jay Anderson (bass). The two day event will be hosted by Paul Shaffer (“The Late Show with David Letterman”) and will feature other Bottom Line regulars including David Bromberg, David Johansen, Christine Lavin, Darlene Love and many more.
Tickets start at $29. Click here to purchase tickets. Note: We are only performing on Friday, October 13th.
Sunday, October 15th – Lori and I will be doing a special concert at the Ruth Keeler Memorial Library, in North Salem, NY. The one hour concert of my original tunes begins promptly at 3pm and doors are at 2:30pm. This event is free and open to the public!
For more information about these performances
and all upcoming shows, please visit my TOUR page.
In other news…
My song USED TO BE A HOUSE has been selected as a runner up in the 1st Annual Songs For Social Change Contest. The song appears on a compilation album along with the contest winner and all the other finalists. You can purchase the album here!
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 party jam at The Cutting Room in NYC in November. It was the first time we’ve all been on stage together since leaving the band in early 2009. Here’s a video of us doing some of our Led Zep favorites!
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Thanks for your continued support – hope to see you soon!
– Lisa B.
Singer/Songwriter * Composer * Musician
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