Lisa Stansfield

Born Apr 11, 1966

Lisa Stansfield is an English singer and songwriter.

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1966 Birth Stansfield was born on 11 April 1966 in Manchester, Lancashire. … Read More
1976 10 Years Old Her family moved to Heywood in 1976, then to Rochdale in 1977. … Read More


1980 14 Years Old In 1980, Stansfield won the Search for a Star singing competition at the Talk of the Town nightclub and in 1981 her first single "Your Alibis" was released by the Devil Records.
1982 16 Years Old In 1982, she appeared on the television show Bring Me the Head of Light Entertainment on ITV Granada. … Read More
1983 17 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1983, Johnnie Hamp produced for ITV Granada a documentary directed by Pete Walker, Born in the Sixties: Lisa Stansfield. … Read More
1984 18 Years Old In 1984, Stansfield and former school mates Ian Devaney and Andy Morris formed the band Blue Zone. … Read More


1987 21 Years Old In 1987, Stansfield married the Italian designer Augusto Grassi, whom she met during a holiday in Tunisia. … Read More
In early 1989, Stansfield co-wrote and recorded "People Hold On" for Coldcut's album, What's That Noise? … Read More
1990 - 1991 2 More Events
…  In 1992, Stansfield toured Europe, Asia and the United States, and released Live at Wembley home video.
1993 27 Years Old 1 More Event
In early 1993, she co-wrote and recorded "In All the Right Places", theme song from the Indecent Proposal drama film starring Robert Redford and Demi Moore. … Read More
1994 28 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1994, Stansfield toured Japan and the UK.


1997 31 Years Old 1 More Event
Singer's self-titled fourth studio album Lisa Stansfield was released on 21 March 1997. … Read More
1998 - 1999 2 More Events
2001 35 Years Old 1 More Event
Stansfield released her fifth studio album, Face Up on 20 June 2001. … Read More
2002 36 Years Old In February 2002, she made her stage debut in The Vagina Monologues at the Arts Theatre in West End of London together with Anita Dobson and Cecilia Noble.
On 3 February 2003, Stansfield released her first greatest hits album, Biography: The Greatest Hits. … Read More
2004 38 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2004, Stansfield recorded "Too Hot" for Kool & the Gang's The Hits: Reloaded (released in April 2004) and "Breath In, Breath Out" (duet with Lââm) for her album titled simply Lââm (released in September 2004). … Read More
2005 39 Years Old 1 More Event
Stansfield also toured Europe in June and July 2005.


2006 40 Years Old In late 2006, she appeared in the drama series Goldplated, playing Trinny Jamieson.
In September 2007, Stansfield appeared in another television series, Agatha Christie's Marple. … Read More
2009 - 2012 2 More Events
…  She promoted the new album with the European Seven Tour in 2013 and 2014. … Read More
Stansfield released her latest album, Seven, on 31 January 2014.
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