Lisa Loeb
Singer-songwriter, actress
Lisa Loeb
Lisa Anne Loeb is an American singer-songwriter and actress. She launched her career in 1994 with the song, "Stay (I Missed You)", which was included in the film Reality Bites. She was the first artist to have a number one single in the United States while not signed to a recording contract. Her five studio CDs include her major label debut, the gold-selling Tails and its follow-up, the Grammy-nominated, gold-selling Firecracker.
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Lisa Loeb Gets Animated In Amazon Kids’ Show ‘Creative Galaxy’
Wall Street Journal - 5 months
Take one guess what a TV character played by Lisa Loeb wears. Glasses, of course, not unlike the bookish specs that defined her look in the music video for her 1994 hit “Stay (I Missed You)”, or the many models in her line of Lisa Loeb Eyewear. But because the singer’s new character is part […]
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Lisa Loeb loves the revival of '90s music
CNN - 7 months
The '90s will always hold a special place in Lisa Loeb's heart.
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Taylor Swift Strips Down Crazy-Ex Persona With Acoustic 'Blank Space' Performance
Huffington Post - about 1 year
When your brain gets a bad case of Internet fatigue, it's sometimes nice to revisit classic, guitar-strummy tunes of a simpler time; a time when Lisa Loeb and Alanis Morissette dominated the airwaves, and airwaves were still a relevant mode of transmitting music. At a small performance at the LA Grammy Museum's Clive Davis Theater last September, contemporary pop icon Taylor Swift channeled a real '90s singer-songwriter vibe with an acoustic version of her hit song "Blank Space." All these months later, it is finally available for consumption thanks to a newly released YouTube video. Swift prefaced her performance with an explanation of how it was inspired by false portrayals of her in the media as crazily boy-obsessed.  "My first reaction was like, 'Man, that's a bummer. This isn't fun for me,'" she said of the coverage. "But my second reaction was like, 'Hey, that's actually a really interesting character.' So, I was like, 'I can use this!'" For further viewing ...
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Taylor Swift Strips Down Crazy-Ex Persona With Acoustic 'Blank Space' Performance
Huffington Post - about 1 year
When your brain gets a bad case of Internet fatigue, it's sometimes nice to revisit classic, guitar-strummy tunes of a simpler time; a time when Lisa Loeb and Alanis Morissette dominated the airwaves, and airwaves were still a relevant mode of transmitting music. At a small performance at the LA Grammy Museum's Clive Davis Theater last September, contemporary pop icon Taylor Swift channeled a real '90s singer-songwriter vibe with an acoustic version of her hit song "Blank Space." All these months later, it is finally available for consumption thanks to a newly released YouTube video. Swift prefaced her performance with an explanation of how it was inspired by false portrayals of her in the media as crazily boy-obsessed.  "My first reaction was like, 'Man, that's a bummer. This isn't fun for me,'" she said of the coverage. "But my second reaction was like, 'Hey, that's actually a really interesting character.' So, I was like, 'I can use this!'" For further viewing ...
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Lost Soul</em>: Reintroducing Bob Hillman, Chats with Peter Case, Maia Sharp and Ben Caplan, Plus Alphanaut, Sit Kitty Sit and Butchers Blind's Exclusives
Huffington Post - over 1 year
ALPHANAUT'S "UNNECESSARY SOLDIER" According to Mark Alan, aka Alphanaut... "The term 'Unnecessary Soldier' comes from Thomas Jefferson's vision for keeping military costs controlled in the US by reducing the number of soldiers employed in times of peace. This idea stuck in my head for years, especially in our current age where we've done the complete opposite of what he hoped for. "With this title I wanted to create an anti-war piece, but really struggled with an approach. I felt there are so may classic protest songs out there and I didn't want to duplicate a message that had already been delivered. Plus I had already written my own anti-war song 'More Than I Do' several years earlier. "In the end, I decided to write a lyric that was told from soldier to soldier, human to human, each with an agreement to throw down arms and ignore the machines of conflict that sent them each out to the field. When composing the piece I really wanted to have it reflect the sounds of t ...
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Review: ‘Camp Kappawanna,’ Complete With Insecurities and Bug Spray
NYTimes - almost 2 years
Lisa Loeb gets one of the credits for this musical about the summer sleepaway ritual and the growing up that goes on there.
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'The Voice' Recap Season 5, Episode 11: The Knockout Rounds, Part 1, Are Full Of Tough Choices
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 5, Episode 11 of NBC's "The Voice" titled "Knockout Rounds, Part 1" Knockouts! Where the Battle rounds are all about showing up a duet partner; in the Knockouts, a singer can only sink themselves. A new twist this season lets coaches steal losers of the Knockout rounds. The "steals" mean us viewers won't have to say goodbye to some of our favorite singers. But as the squads whittle down, Blake, Christina, Cee-Lo and Adam all say they aren't looking to replicate any archetypes they already have. It's looking more like "Lord Of The Flies" with every passing episode. For my fellow sob-story skeptics, this week's episode is refreshingly light on twinkly piano music, tributes to dead relatives and tales of personal tragedy! #sticktothetunes. Here's how it all goes down: Team Christina: The first battle of the night is hype, hype, hype. Two of Team Christina's toughest singers are ready to strut their stuff. Amber Nicole sings "M ...
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My Morning Jacket Rock Times Square at CBGB Festival
Rolling Stone - over 3 years
Giant blinding billboards are formidable opponents when it comes to competing for the attention of an audience at a free concert The CBGB Festival threw its lineup into the gauntlet in that regard gathering My Morning Jacket the Wallflowers Lisa Loeb Divine Fits Grizzly Bear James Murphy of LCD SoundSystem...
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He's Been Working On The Same Movie For The Past 11 Years
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Ethan Hawke is, for a lack of a better term, a straight shooter. He's not the type of actor who, when discussing the new film he's promoting, makes it sound like something it's not. In our recent interview, Hawke, now 42, described the Warner Bros. thriller "Getaway" as a "popcorn movie." As someone who does interviews for a living, I like interviewing Ethan Hawke. Hawke, if you've been paying attention, is having a nice year. In fact, between the critically acclaimed "Before Midnight" (below, Hawke theorizes about where the franchise can go from here) and the financial success of "The Purge" (a film that cost $3 million to produce and earned $83 million worldwide), it might be Hawke's best year yet. He hopes to continue that momentum with "Getaway." The film stars Hawke a former race car driver who is blackmailed into performing a series of vehicular infractions across the city of Sofia, Bulgaria. (Selena Gomez and Jon Voight co-star in "Getaway," which features one of the ...
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Amanda Callaghan: Betsey Johnson Is More Down To Earth Than She Looks
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Since I could first pick up a handbag, Betsey Johnson has been my favorite fashion designer. She evokes the perfect combination of girly and rebel, two things that every woman has somewhere inside them. She is a fashion icon and legend, having started in a small NYC boutique and continuously built her empire into the household name it is today. I was saddened when I heard about her company filing for Chapter 11, but was hopeful that her brand would rise again with the help of Steve Madden's company. I was home watching Style Network one evening, scouring for ideas for a new blog post, and a commercial came on for a new show... XOX Betsey Johnson. Finally I could get my much-needed dosage of Betsey and a look into the eccentric's glamorous life! I imagined her doing cartwheels in her penthouse apartment that was adorned with pink frill and confetti. I imagined lots of champagne, vacationing and hangouts with Lisa Loeb. However, since the show first aired I have watched rel ...
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Lisa Loeb Blogs: My First Year as a Mom of Two
People Magazine - over 3 years
"I can't believe it's already time to give away his little baby clothes and toys," the musician writes
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1990 Things From The 90s (Seriously)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
It's been more than a decade since the 1990s ended, yet the Internet can't seem to go a day without a reminder of the neon slap bracelets that may have been banned from your school. Yes, we get it. Times are tough and there's comfort in reflection, but enough is enough. Below, a final goodbye to the 90s to end the nostalgia once and for all. (We're not kidding. There are 1990 items below.) 1. Scrunchies 2. "The Wild Thornberries" 3. Dawson and Joey 4. "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" 5. Mr. Feeny 7. MTV playing music videos 8. Snick 9. The premiere of "Freaks and Geeks" 10. Levar Burton 11. "Daria" 12. "Arthur" 13. "The Powerpuff Girls" 14. "Smart Guy" 15. Comedy Central globe logo with buildings 16. "The X-Files" 17. Rosie O'Donnell 18. Bill Nye 19. "Dawson's Creek" 20. The Mighty Ducks" 21. "Are You Afraid of the Dark" 22. Cornholio 23. Rachel Green 24. Tim Allen 25. "All That" 26. "Beverl ...
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Lisa Loeb vs. Frida Kahlo? Sure, OK
Popeater - over 3 years
In this episode of the new web series "Frida Kahlo: Junior Marketing Executive," the famed Mexican artist (played by Grace Parra), who is now a working in marketing for some reason, meets her old nemesis Lisa Loeb (played by herself). The prize is the rights to Loeb's designer eyewear line (which is a real thing), and of course, pride. What follows is the match-up between two artists you've always wanted to see go at it. Right?
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lisa Loeb
    FORTIES
  • 2015
    Age 46
    In 2015, Loeb appeared as Julie, lead singer of the fictitious band "Natalie is Freezing" on season 6 episode "Advanced Safety Features" of the TV series Community.
    More Details Hide Details She also appeared as herself in Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Other shows she has recently been involved in include Orange Is the New Black, About a Boy, King of the Nerds, The Muppet Show, and Sunny Side Up Show. According to People, "Though Lisa Loeb rose to fame as a singer, she’s probably just as well known for her eyeglasses." In November 2010, Loeb launched the Lisa Loeb Eyewear Collection. Each type of frame is named after one of her song titles, and while most models are for women, there are models for young girls and men. Loeb also sells a brand of coffee called her "Wake Up! Brew," a reference to her "Everybody Wake Up" song from her Camp Lisa album. The brand is organic and fair trade, with all profits going to Camp Lisa, and is only available through the Coffee Fool website.
    Loeb's third children's album, Nursery Rhyme Parade!, was made available exclusively through Amazon Music on October 16, 2015.
    More Details Hide Details The album includes 35 nursery rhymes and songs, including renditions of "The Muffin Man" and "The Farmer in the Dell." Beyond Loeb and her family as performers, guest artists included singer-songwriter Renee Stahl, while Rich Jacques produced. InStyle opined the album would "delight" both children and adults, describing it as having "stripped-down melodies and a strict adherence to traditional lyrics."
    On November 20, 2015, Loeb released the single "Champagne (I'm Ready)" as a digital download through Amazon.
    More Details Hide Details Loeb described the New Year's track as "something you'd probably hear more in a dance club." In 2003, Loeb reunited with her college music partner Elizabeth Mitchell on children’s CD and companion book Catch the Moon through Artemis Records. According to Allmusic, "The songs are rendered in a folk/country acoustic minimalism that is, in a word, enchanting." Videos from this album as well as the single “Jenny Jenkins” have been featured on the Noggin TV network for children.
    Her song “3, 2, 1, Let Go" was released in April 2015 as a single.
    More Details Hide Details Co-written with Chris Unck, the song was also used in the April 2015 film Helicopter Mom. Lisa Loeb starred in the film as a high school English teacher.
    She co-wrote the lyrics and music to Camp Kappawanna, a family musical that was premiered in New York on March 21, 2015 by the Atlantic Theater Company.
    More Details Hide Details Other collaborators on the score included Michelle Lewis and Dan Petty. The musical follows "the misadventures of Jennifer Jenkins, an awkward and adorable 12-year-old kid," and was inspired by Loeb's own memories of summer camp. The show received a positive write-up in The New York Times, with the review describing it as "fresh and funny" and praising the acoustic music and characterizations of the campers.
    Loeb's third children's album, Nursery Rhyme Parade!, was made available on October 16, 2015.
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    She co-wrote the lyrics and music to Camp Kappawanna, a family musical that was premiered in New York on March 21, 2015 by the Atlantic Theater Company.
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  • 2014
    Age 45
    In April 2014, Loeb appeared in the first episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver in a short musical sketch about Oregon's health care website failure.
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    In January 2014, Loeb appeared on the cover of Making Music.
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  • 2013
    Age 44
    In February 2013, Loeb also made a cameo in an episode of Workaholics where her song "Stay (I Missed You)" is referenced several times.
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  • 2012
    Age 43
    In December 2012, Loeb made a brief cameo as Matthew Settle's (Rufus Humphrey) love interest on the final episode of Gossip Girl.
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    In 2012, Lisa Loeb provided voice over talent for BonTon industries in their spring TV spots.
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  • 2010
    Age 41
    In 2010, she provided guest voices for Disney's Special Agent Oso.
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    In July 2010 she debuted her children's musical Camp Kappawanna, which is based on the songs from Camp Lisa.
    More Details Hide Details In conjunction with Camp Lisa, she launched her own non-profit, The Camp Lisa Foundation, designed to help underprivileged kids attend summer camp through its partnership with SCOPE (Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education, Inc.). In 2009, The Camp Lisa Foundation provided funding for many camp scholarships, enabling economically disadvantaged children to attend ACA accredited overnight camps. In September 2011, Loeb released Lisa Loeb's Silly Sing-Along: The Disappointing Pancake and Other Zany Songs, illustrated by Ryan O'Rourke. The book was published on Sterling Publishing, and also includes activities, choreography, and recipes. The book is published with an included CD, with four original songs and six classics. In April 2013, Loeb released the children's book Lisa Loeb's Songs for Movin' and Shakin': The Air Band Song and Other Toe-Tapping Tunes, which she co-wrote with Ryan O'Rourke. It includes both covers and some original songs, as well as a CD.
  • 2009
    Age 40
    She married Roey Hershkovitz in 2009; they met in 2006 during a business meeting for a food TV show.
    More Details Hide Details The couple now have two children, Lyla Rose and Emet Kuli. Studio albums
  • THIRTIES
  • 2008
    Age 39
    In 2008, Loeb was one of the contributors to Carrie Borzillo-Vrenna's book Cherry Bomb; she gave advice on how to be the perfect hostess.
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    In 2008, she made a guest appearance on Gossip Girl, followed by a cameo on an episode of The Sarah Silverman Program—where the cast formed a mock band called the “Loeb Trotters.” On the final episode of Gossip Girl on Monday, 17 Dec 2012, Lisa ended up with the character Rufus Humphrey in the five years after glimpse.
    More Details Hide Details In addition to television shows, Loeb has also appeared in the horror films House on Haunted Hill (1999), Serial Killing 4 Dummys (1999), and Fright Night (2011). She has done voice work including the voice of Mary Jane Watson for the animated show Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, broadcast on MTV. Loeb also voiced the character of Lutina in the video game Grandia Xtreme and characters for The Rugrats Movie and Shorty McShorts' Shorts. As of 2012, Loeb provides the voice of Princess Winger on the Disney Junior animated series Jake and the Never Land Pirates.
  • 2007
    Age 38
    In 2007, Loeb appeared on an episode of Jack's Big Music Show singing the song "Jenny Jenkins."
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  • 2005
    Age 36
    In the fall and winter of 2005, following her breakup with Zappa, Loeb taped a reality show, Number 1 Single, premiering in January 2006 on the E!
    More Details Hide Details Channel in New York City. The show dealt with her quest for love, success, career, and family. Guest appearances Loeb has made several guest appearances on television shows such as The Nanny in 1997, and Cupid, the following year. In September 1999, she made an appearance on the comedy show MADtv, singing the theme song for a WB drama sketch called "Pretty White Kids with Problems."
  • 2004
    Age 35
    The Way It Really Is was released August 2004 as Loeb's fifth studio-recorded album, based on the song "The Way It Really Is."
    More Details Hide Details Although the album was not as commercially successful as its predecessors, critics who noted on the mature and strong writing by Loeb. Stephen Erlewine called it "the best, most cohesive record she's made, a clean, crisp collection of well-crafted, gentle tunes that slowly, surely work into the subconscious." Her greatest hits compilation, The Very Best of Lisa Loeb, was released through Universal in January 2006 as well as a Japanese version of the album. Loeb was a judge for the 1st and 8th annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists. In 2008, she released her Purple Tape album remixed and remastered on a double CD. It included an interview by Andy Denemark, highlighting the creative process behind each song. There were also extensive liner notes and photos documenting her early history in NYC. Her seventh studio album No Fairy Tale was released on January 29, 2013, by 429 Records, coproduced by Chad Gilbert and Loeb herself. She released the original single "A Holiday Song" through Furious Rose Productions on December 10, 2013.
    In 2004, Loeb signed to the more experienced and established independent label Zoë/Rounder Records, home of Grammy Award winners Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.
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    Reality shows On January 16, 2004, Loeb's reality show Dweezil & Lisa first aired on Food Network, in which she shared title billing with then-boyfriend, Dweezil Zappa.
    More Details Hide Details The series showed the two musicians touring the country together and sampling unique and diverse dishes. In the opening for each episode Loeb announced she was a vegetarian who enjoyed eating an occasional piece of bacon.
  • 2003
    Age 34
    In 2003, Loeb voiced the role of Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, which ran for one season on MTV.
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  • 2002
    Age 33
    In mid-2002, Loeb inked a deal with Artemis Records, a new boutique label run by record company veterans Danny Goldberg and Daniel Glass, after Interscope allowed her to buy the rights to her masters.
    More Details Hide Details Artemis had offered to re-release the record with more promotion. With new artwork, some songs added and some removed, Cake and Pie was re-launched as Hello Lisa, a play on Sanrio’s signature Hello Kitty, who appears on the album cover wearing Lisa Loeb's trademark glasses. She released an EP with just the new songs on it, as well as an alternative version of the song "Underdog" for fans who'd already purchased the Cake and Pie CD. She also co-directed a video with Dweezil for "Underdog" co-starring Hello Kitty playing guitar. Loeb toured the world again, making special stops in Sanrio stores for in-store autographs while appearing with Hello Kitty at the Japanese MTV Music Awards.
    Cake and Pie, Loeb’s third album and debut for A&M/Interscope, was released in 2002.
    More Details Hide Details She co-produced the album and collaborated with Glen Ballard, then boyfriend Dweezil Zappa, Randy Scruggs (Vince Gill, Sawyer Brown, Waylon Jennings), and Peter Collins (Rush, Bon Jovi, Indigo Girls). It peaked at 199 on the Billboard Charts.
  • 2000
    Age 31
    In 2000, Loeb participated in the Ozzy Osbourne tribute album Bat Head Soup performing "Goodbye to Romance" with Dweezil Zappa on guitar.
    More Details Hide Details She also contributed to An All Star Tribute To Cher with “Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves,” and to An All Star Tribute To Shania Twain with “Don’t Be Stupid,” both of which were released in 2005. Other international work includes Loeb’s guest performance on the song “Anti-Hero” for an all-female Japanese musical group Rin''s album Inland Sea. Loeb contributed vocals to New Found Glory's cover of "Stay," from their 2007 LP From the Screen to Your Stereo Part II, as well as performing the song live with the band. Though Reality Bites was the first, Loeb’s music has been featured in additional soundtracks. The popular single "How" was included on the soundtracks for films Twister and Jack Frost, and was heard in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode "Homecoming." “We Could Still Belong Together” earned a spot on the Legally Blonde soundtrack (2001), while “I Wish” can be heard on the soundtrack for Anywhere But Here (1999).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1998
    Age 29
    Loeb dated Dweezil Zappa from 1998 to 2004.
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  • 1997
    Age 28
    In 1997, Loeb released a second major-label album on Geffen, Firecracker, and began experimenting even more with orchestrations done with Dan Coleman.
    More Details Hide Details At this point, Loeb started going under her own name for the albums instead of using the band name, although she still continued to tour worldwide with Nine Stories and acoustically as she had done from the start. Firecracker included hit singles such as "I Do," which received radio success, peaking at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100 and music television. The album was certified Gold on June 10, 2008. She subsequently toured with The Wallflowers and Chris Isaak, and also performed at Lilith Fair.
  • 1995
    Age 26
    In September 1995, Loeb's debut album, Tails, was released on Geffen Records.
    More Details Hide Details The album was co-produced by Juan Patiño, her then longtime boyfriend. "Stay" was included on the album, and Loeb also managed a top 20 hit with "Do You Sleep? " and two moderately successful radio hits with "Taffy" and "Waiting for Wednesday." The album was certified Gold by the RIAA on December 1, 1995. Critics were also favorable to the album, with Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly, in particular, noting that "Loeb has an undeniable gift for creating an air of intimacy and vulnerability, which may well be enough for "Stay" fans looking for additional doses of contemplative melancholy."
  • 1994
    Age 25
    Loeb gave Hawke the Juan Patiño-produced version of "Stay (I Missed You)"; he in turn gave it to director Ben Stiller during the making of the 1994 film Reality Bites, with Stacy Sher.
    More Details Hide Details Stiller subsequently decided to use the song in the film’s ending credits, and it was included by Ron Fair on the soundtrack on RCA records. Hawke also directed a rare one-take video on film, a continuous steadicam shot operated by Robin Buerki. "Stay" ultimately went on to become a number one hit on the American charts. When her song hit number one, Loeb earned the distinction of being the first artist to top the Hot 100 before being signed to any record label. The single reached Gold status on July 12, 1994, just over three months after its official release date. Loeb and Nine Stories received a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Performance by a Group, and were named Best International Newcomer in the Brit Awards.
  • 1992
    Age 23
    Loeb began working with producer Juan Patiño to make the cassette Purple Tape in 1992.
    More Details Hide Details It included the earliest recordings of later popular tracks such as “Do You Sleep?,” “Snow Day,” “Train Songs,” and “It’s Over.” Loeb sold the violet-colored cassette to fans at gigs and used it as a sonic calling card to industry gatekeepers. Loeb and her band also made a recording of her song "Stay (I Missed You)" during the same time. Loeb also developed a following from her solo acoustic performances on the New York City coffeehouse circuit and the rock club circuit. She travelled to cities such as Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Dallas, but focused mainly on New York City. She played acoustically and with her band in folk and rock clubs, including CBGBs. Loeb also performed at music festivals such as the New Music Seminar and South by Southwest. Loeb's big break came through her friendship with actor Ethan Hawke, who lived in an apartment across the street from her in New York City. They met through mutual friends in the NYC theater community.
  • 1990
    Age 21
    She attended Berklee School of Music in Boston for a session of summer school, and in 1990 formed a full band called Nine Stories.
    More Details Hide Details The band, which was named after the book by J.D. Salinger, included Tim Bright on guitar, Jonathan Feinberg on drums, and Joe Quigley on bass.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1986
    Age 17
    After graduating from high school in 1986, she went to Brown University, where she graduated in 1990 with a degree in comparative literature.
    More Details Hide Details At Brown University in the mid-1980s, she and Elizabeth Mitchell formed a band named Liz and Lisa, with future singer/songwriter and classmate Duncan Sheik as a guitarist. The duo released the albums Liz and Lisa (1989) and Liz and Lisa - Days Were Different (1990) independently. After college, bassist Rick Lassiter and drummer Chad Fisher joined the band. After developing a following together, Loeb and Mitchell parted ways a few years after college.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1968
    Born
    Lisa Loeb was born in Bethesda, Maryland on March 11, 1968.
    More Details Hide Details She was raised in Dallas, Texas with her three siblings, all of whom became involved with music: conductor Benjamin Loeb, musician Debbie Loeb, and mix engineer Philip Loeb. As of 2012, her parents continue to live in Dallas. Her mother Gail was the president of the Dallas County Medical Society Alliance and Foundation and her father, Dr. Peter Loeb, is a gastroenterologist. She was raised in a Jewish family. As a child, she studied piano, but later switched to guitar. She attended The Hockaday School, an all-girls private school. For three years she had her own radio show on 88.5 KRSM-FM, a 10-watt station licensed to the nearby all-boys St. Marks School of Texas.
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