Lisa Stansfield
English singer
Lisa Stansfield
Lisa Stansfield is an English singer and songwriter.
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Xaque Gruber: Remembering the One and Only Donna Summer
Huffington Post - about 4 years
It was never just disco with Donna Summer. A unique trailblazer that defied categorization, she had one of the great voices that mattered. Thankfully the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame realized this with her 2013 induction. In a career spanning 34 years of albums, Summer (born LaDonna Adrian Gaines in Boston, Massachusetts) effortlessly glided from rock (Hot Stuff), R&B (Finger On The Trigger), pop (On The Radio), dance (Last Dance), the theatrical (MacArthur Park), and beyond. She was also a great songwriter, and was the sole writer of Dim All The Lights. I Feel Love changed the face of club music, predating the synthesizers of new wave and helped birth all electro-pop to come. The musical heiresses to the Bad Girls album are countless (Madonna, Beyonce, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Shakira, etc). She Works Hard For The Money was the first music video by a black female artist put into heavy rotation on MTV. With a new Donna Summer album (sometimes double albums) release ...
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Il sogno di X Factor al Palacredito - Il Resto del Carlino
Google News - over 5 years
All around the world di Lisa Stansfield è il traghetto scelto dalla siciliana per assicurarsi — o tentare di farlo — un pezzo di paradiso. E le va bene: l'unico che la boccia è Elio (che si dice non troppo convinto delle sue doti), mentre dagli altri
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El legado de Freddy Mercury: Uno de los primeros famosos que murió de SIDA - Ciudad Y Poder
Google News - over 5 years
... David Bowie, Annie Lennox, Tony Iommi, Guns N' Roses, Elizabeth Taylor, George Michael, Lisa Stansfield, Def Leppard y Liza Minnelli. Este concierto fue transmitido en directo a 76 países y se estima que fue visto por mil millones de personas
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Big City Bar 3 – Jazzy & Bossa Flavour for Night and Day - yourPR Presseservice (Pressemitteilung)
Google News - over 5 years
Der groovige Trip durchs Nachtleben wird schließlich von Simply Red und „Fairground” sowie von Lisa Stansfield ergänzt, die uns zum Ende ein zartes „Goodbye” zuwirft. Noch sind die Nächte warm, doch der Herbst kommt bestimmt. Für die Wärme des Herzens
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Friends and Neighbors Mourn Young Mother - New York Times (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The child is currently with family, according to a woman who identified herself as Ms. Stanley's cousin, Lisa Stansfield, 30. Ms. Stansfield said the girl had not been told of her mother's death. “I don't even know if her daughter's going to remember
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George Michael, cinq vidéos pour une carrière - L'Express
Google News - over 5 years
La même année, il se produit à Wembley aux côtés de Lisa Stansfield et des membres restant de Queen. Il y reprend le célèbre titre Somebody To Love initialement interprété par Freddy Mercury. L'album Five Live sortira chez EMI Music
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Olivia Newton-John graba con Marius de Vries - Zona Musical
Google News - over 5 years
Marius de Vries ha producido y ha hecho arreglos para discos de David Bowie, Massive Attack, Björk, Annie Lennox, U2, Brian Eno, Madonna, Pet Shop Boys, Lisa Stansfield, Rufus Wainwright, Róisín Murphy, Kylie Minogue, Josh Groban y David Gray,
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Old SkoolNite debuts in Lagos - NEXT
Google News - over 5 years
His band thereafter joined him to do hits from the 70s and 80s, including numbers by Lisa Stansfield and George Benson. It wasn't Bankole's show all the way however as guest artists also added colour to the occasion. Trumpeter Biodun Batik, saxophonist
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Mit Stimme und Beat - Fränkische Nachrichten
Google News - over 5 years
Außerdem tourten die Jungs aus London als Vorgruppe von Lisa Stansfield und Tom Jones, der sie sich als Opener für seine Konzerte gewünscht hatte. Mit beiläufigen Statements und eingestreuten Anekdoten unterstreichen die Magnets ihren besonderen
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Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet gets an August 23rd release - Engadget
Google News - over 5 years
Confirmed via a product page on the company's site, its Honeycomb-flavored ThinkPad Tablet will finally hit retailers' shelves on August 23rd. If you're not into waiting that long, you can always snag the IdeaPad K1 -- we hear Lisa Stansfield
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Meet the Owner: Clense Apothecary - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Some of Cleanse's include Deep Steep, Fauna, Pre de Provence, Thymes, Acorelle, Les Senteurs Gourmandes and Royal Apothic. On the store's Ipod play mix: Adele, Ella Fitzgerald, Lisa Stansfield, Robin Thicke, Scissor Sisters, Madonna, among others
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Gesang am Steuer - suedkurier.de
Google News - over 5 years
... große Namen einfangen lassen – zum Beispiel Al Jarreau, Beach Boys und die Fantastischen Vier, James Brown, Martha Argerich und Cab Calloway, Charlie Mariano und Juliette Greco, Nigel Kennedy, Chris de Burgh und Lisa Stansfield einfangen lassen
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Five Revealing Facts About Timbaland & Pharrell Williams's Tracks From 1991 - XXLMAG.COM
Google News - over 5 years
“If Ur Freaky Baby” samples Michael Jackson's “Lady in My Life” (four years before Trackmasters sampled it for LL Cool J's “Hey Lover”) and uses the Lisa Stansfield “All Around the World” hook, six years before Biggie Smalls interpolated it for Puff's
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Guitarrista de la banda 'Queen' festejará 64 años de vida - Informador.com.mx
Google News - over 5 years
Entre ellas, Metallica, Robert Plant, Def Leppard, Guns N"Roses, Elizabeth Taylor, Elton John, George Michael, Lisa Stansfield, Zucchero y Roger Daltrey. "Queen" (1973), "Queen II" (1974), "Sheer heart attack (1974), "A night at the opera" (1975) y "A
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Festival plný megahviezd Rock in Rio bude dlhší - Webnoviny.sk
Google News - over 5 years
Opäť privítal vtedajšie najväčšie svetové hviezdy ako a-ha, Billy Idol, Faith No More, George Michael, Guns N' Roses, Happy Mondays, INXS, Joe Cocker, Judas Priest, Lisa Stansfield, Megadeth, New Kids on the Block, Prince, Run DMC, Santana či Snap!
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Mystery of the Day: Did George Lucas Direct Paula Abdul's "Rush Rush"? - OC Weekly (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Two of the others, a US version of Lisa Stansfield's "Change" and Jermaine Jackson's "You Said, You Said" have pretty well disappeared down the collective memory hole in general but All-Ages turned up a real standout -- En Vogue's 1992 hit "Giving Him
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Highlights am WM -Wochenende! - presse-service.de (Pressemitteilung)
Google News - over 5 years
Ihr Programm reicht von ABBA und Anastacia, über Janet Jackson und Gloria gaynor, bis zu Pink und Lisa Stansfield, angereichert mit den Disco-Klassikern von Kool & The Gang, Hot Chocolate und Prince in spezieller „female" Version!
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lisa Stansfield
    FORTIES
  • 2014
    Age 47
    In November 2014, Edsel Records released The Collection 1989–2003, a thirteen-CD and five DVD box set with five of Stansfield's studio albums and additionally many rare tracks, remixes, promo videos, live concert footage and new interviews.
    More Details Hide Details All albums were also released individually. The Live in Manchester album/video was released on 28 August 2015.
    Recorded in both Los Angeles and Manchester, Stansfield has collaborated with John Robinson, known as the most recorded drummer in history and Grammy Award winning orchestrator Jerry Hey, both integral to the creation of Michael Jackson's Off the Wall, Thriller and Bad. "Carry On" was chosen as the second single and its music video premiered on 31 January 2014.
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    Stansfield released her latest album, Seven, on 31 January 2014.
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  • 2013
    Age 46
    Stansfield toured the United Kingdom in November 2013 and her Seven Tour continued in Europe in May and June 2014.
    More Details Hide Details The tour ended with a series of concerts in the United Kingdom in September 2014 and other European countries in October and November 2014. In October 2014, Seven was re-released as Seven+ with one new song and fifteen remixes.
    On 13 August 2013, she announced that her seventh studio album titled simply Seven would be released on 21 October 2013.
    More Details Hide Details In October 2013 it was announced that the release date of the album had been pushed back to 31 January 2014 in Germany and 10 February 2014 in the United Kingdom. The first single, "Can't Dance", premiered on Ken Bruce's BBC Radio 2 show on 14 August 2013 and was digitally released on 16 October 2013. Seven, which was produced and written in the United Kingdom by Stansfield and Ian Devaney, features tracks such as "Can't Dance", "The Rain", "Stupid Heart", "Conversation", "The Crown", "So Be It" and "Picket Fence".
    Between May and July 2013, Stansfield toured Europe singing her greatest hits.
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    She promoted the new album with the European Seven Tour in 2013 and 2014.
    More Details Hide Details Stansfield has won numerous awards, including Brit Awards, Ivor Novello Awards, Billboard Music Award, World Music Award, ASCAP Award, Women's World Award, Silver Clef Awards and DMC Awards. She has sold over twenty million albums worldwide, including five million of Affection.
  • 2012
    Age 45
    In 2012, she received a role in Elaine Constantine's film Northern Soul.
    More Details Hide Details Set in 1974, it is an independent docu-drama about the social phenomenon and generation of the Northern soul music and dance movement.
  • 2009
    Age 42
    In 2009, she starred in the Nick Mead-directed documentary Dean Street Shuffle playing herself.
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  • 2007
    Age 40
    In 2007, Stansfield joined the cast of The Edge of Love directed by John Maybury.
    More Details Hide Details The film starring Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Cillian Murphy and Matthew Rhys premiered in June 2008. Stansfield played the role of Ruth Williams.
    Stansfield dubbed one of the characters (Millie, an elf) for the English version of the Finnish animated film Quest for a Heart released in December 2007.
    More Details Hide Details She has also recorded the title song "Quest for a Heart" written by Charlie Mole and Lee Hall and produced by Mole in collaboration with Ali Thomson.
    In September 2007, Stansfield appeared in another television series, Agatha Christie's Marple.
    More Details Hide Details She played Mary Durrant in the episode titled Ordeal by Innocence.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2006
    Age 39
    In late 2006, she appeared in the drama series Goldplated, playing Trinny Jamieson.
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  • 2005
    Age 38
    Stansfield played herself in the comedy series Monkey Trousers in mid-2005.
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    Stansfield also toured Europe in June and July 2005.
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  • 2004
    Age 37
    The Grammy Award-winning Trevor Horn produced her next pop-oriented album, The Moment which was released in the United Kingdom on 27 September 2004.
    More Details Hide Details It was well received by music critics but failed commercially in the UK peaking at number fifty-seven. In February 2005, The Moment was issued in the rest of Europe by Edel and achieved moderate success on the charts in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, reaching numbers fifteen, sixteen and twenty-two respectively. It was also certified Gold in Germany. The album was promoted mainly by two singles: "Treat Me Like a Woman" and "If I Hadn't Got You".
    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).
    More Details Hide Details After fulfilling her deal with Arista Records, Stansfield signed with ZTT Records.
  • 2003
    Age 36
    In November 2003, Stansfield appeared on the soundtrack for the Mona Lisa Smile singing "I've Got the World on a String".
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    In June 2003, Arista Records remastered all of her studio albums and re-released them separately with bonus tracks.
    More Details Hide Details The Complete Collection six-CD box set was also issued at the same time.
    Stansfield toured Europe in March and April 2003 to promote her compilation.
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    On 3 February 2003, Stansfield released her first greatest hits album, Biography: The Greatest Hits.
    More Details Hide Details It reached number three in the United Kingdom, number four in Italy and also charted in other European countries. It was also certified Gold in the UK. Biography: The Greatest Hits was simultaneously issued on DVD.
  • 2002
    Age 35
    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.
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  • 2001
    Age 34
    Stansfield toured Europe in 2001 and 2002.
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    Stansfield released her fifth studio album, Face Up on 20 June 2001.
    More Details Hide Details It featured funk and soul songs and also the adventurous usage of 2-step garage beats in the lead single, "Let's Just Call It Love". However, Face Up performed weakly on the charts reaching top forty in only few countries, including Switzerland, Austria, Germany and the United Kingdom. It wasn't released in North America.
  • 1999
    Age 32
    In May 1999, Stansfield made her film debut.
    More Details Hide Details She played Joan Woodcock in the Nick Mead-directed movie, Swing, also starring Hugo Speer, and recorded songs for the soundtrack. The album, full of jazz and swing tracks was released on 10 May 1999. Swing: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack received positive reviews from music critics and peaked at number six on Billboards Top Jazz Albums chart. In July 1999, Stansfield's duet with Barry White, "The Longer We Make Love" was released as a single from his album, Staying Power. In late 2000, she recorded two cover songs: "You Keep Me Hangin' On" for the Motown Mania album (released in December 2000) and "Somewhere My Baby Waits for Me" for The Wedding Planner soundtrack (released in January 2001).
  • 1998
    Age 31
    After many years of friendship and engagement, she and Ian Devaney married on 25 July 1998.
    More Details Hide Details The minimalist ceremony was held in New York City and the only guests were her parents and his mother. In 2008, Stansfield sold her six-bedroom Victorian house "Mount Henry" on Torca Road in Dalkey, Ireland, for €6 million to Yorkshire business tycoon Ed Clark (originally asking for €8 million in May 2007). Studio albums
  • 1997
    Age 30
    Stansfield toured South America, US and Europe in 1997 and 1998 to promote the album.
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    Singer's self-titled fourth studio album Lisa Stansfield was released on 21 March 1997.
    More Details Hide Details It garnered favourable reviews from music critics and was commercially successful. Lisa Stansfield reached number two in the United Kingdom, number six in Belgium and peaked inside top forty in many European countries and in Japan. It also received Gold certification in the UK, Spain and Switzerland. In the United States, the album peaked at number thirty on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and fifty-five on the Billboard 200. Singles released in Europe included: "People Hold On" (The Bootleg Mixes), "The Real Thing", "Never, Never Gonna Give You Up" and "The Line". They all entered the UK Singles Chart reaching numbers four, nine, twenty-five and sixty-four respectively. In the US, "Never, Never Gonna Give You Up" peaked at number seventy-four on the Billboard Hot 100. The album also spawned four number-one singles on the Billboards Hot Dance Club Songs: "People Hold On" (The Bootleg Mixes), "Never, Never Gonna Give You Up", "Never Gonna Fall" and "I'm Leavin'". This success prompted Arista Records to release The Remix Album in June 1998.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1994
    Age 27
    In late 1994, she released two singles in the United States: "Make It Right" from Beverly Hills 90210: The College Years soundtrack and "Dream Away" (duet with Babyface) from The Pagemaster movie.
    More Details Hide Details Stansfield also recorded the following cover songs: "Friday's Child" for No Prima Donna: The Songs of Van Morrison (1994), "They Can't Take That Away from Me" for The Glory of Gershwin (1994), "Just to Keep You Satisfied" for Inner City Blues: The Music of Marvin Gaye (1995) and "Take Me Away" (duet with Aska) for One Voice: The Songs of Chage & Aska (1996).
    In 1994, Stansfield toured Japan and the UK.
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  • 1993
    Age 26
    It was later included on Stansfield's third studio album, So Natural released on 8 November 1993.
    More Details Hide Details So Natural garnered positive reviews from music critics and performed moderately on the charts, reaching number six in the UK and receiving Platinum certification. It also peaked within the top forty in Italy, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the Netherlands. The album was promoted by two singles, "So Natural" and "Little Bit of Heaven" which reached numbers fifteen and thirty-two in the UK. So Natural was not released in North America.
    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.
    More Details Hide Details The single was issued in May 1993 and reached number eight in the UK and Ireland.
  • 1992
    Age 25
    It included "These Are the Days of Our Lives" recorded with Stansfield and Queen during The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in April 1992.
    More Details Hide Details Five Live was successful and reached number one in the United Kingdom for three weeks. During the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, which was also released on VHS, Stansfield performed "I Want to Break Free" as well.
    In late 1992, she co-wrote and recorded "Someday (I'm Coming Back)" for the successful The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album.
    More Details Hide Details The song was released as a single in Europe in December 1992, after "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston, and reached top ten in the UK. In April 1993, George Michael released his charity EP, Five Live.
    In 1992, Stansfield toured Europe, Asia and the United States, and released Live at Wembley home video.
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  • 1991
    Age 24
    In 1991, Stansfield recorded her second studio album, Real Love and released it on 11 November 1991.
    More Details Hide Details She co-wrote all the songs with Ian Devaney and Andy Morris, who also produced the album. Real Love received positive reviews from music critics and reached top ten on the charts in various countries, including number three in the United Kingdom, number five in the Netherlands, number nine in Germany and number ten in Belgium. In the United States, it peaked at number six on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and number forty-three on the Billboard 200. Real Love was certified 2× Platinum in the UK and Gold in the US, Canada, Germany and Switzerland. The first single, "Change" became a hit peaking within the top ten in Italy, Belgium, Spain, Netherlands, Canada and the UK. In the US, it reached number one on the Hot Dance Club Songs, number twelve on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and number twenty-seven on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • 1990
    Age 23
    Later, she covered "Down in the Depths" for the AIDS charity compilation, Red Hot + Blue released in September 1990, and also filmed a music video for it.
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  • 1989
    Age 22
    In December 1989, Stansfield became a part of the Band-Aid II, a charity supergroup founded to raise money for anti-poverty efforts in Ethiopia and recorded "Do They Know It's Christmas?
    More Details Hide Details " which topped the UK Singles Chart for three weeks.
    Her debut album, Affection was released on 20 November 1989.
    More Details Hide Details Stansfield co-wrote all songs with Ian Devaney and Andy Morris. Devaney and Morris also produced the album, except for "This Is the Right Time" produced by Coldcut. Affection received critical acclaim from music critics and was commercially successful. It reached the top ten on charts around the world, including number one in Austria and Italy, number two in the UK, Germany, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, number three in Belgium, number five in New Zealand, number six in the Netherlands and Norway, and number seven in Australia and Canada. In the US, it peaked at number five on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and number nine on the Billboard 200. The album has sold over five million copies worldwide and was certified 3× Platinum in the UK, Platinum in the US, Canada, Germany, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, and Gold in France, Finland and Austria.
    In early 1989, Stansfield co-wrote and recorded "People Hold On" for Coldcut's album, What's That Noise?
    More Details Hide Details The single was released in March 1989 and reached number six on the Hot Dance Club Songs in the United States and number eleven in the United Kingdom. On the strength of this hit, Arista Records signed Stansfield as a solo artist.
  • 1987
    Age 20
    In 1987, Stansfield married the Italian designer Augusto Grassi, whom she met during a holiday in Tunisia.
    More Details Hide Details A ceremony was held in the Sacred Heart Church in Rochdale. The couple moved to Zagarolo in Italy but their marriage lasted only four months. Following the end of the marriage Stansfield came back to Britain.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1984
    Age 17
    In 1984, Stansfield and former school mates Ian Devaney and Andy Morris formed the band Blue Zone.
    More Details Hide Details They wrote some songs, produced a demo, and took it around to record labels. A small indie label, Rockin' Horse Records signed them in 1985 and one year later it was bought up by Arista Records. After releasing their first two singles in 1986, "Love Will Wait" and "Finest Thing", Arista issued "On Fire" in October 1987. Just as the single was climbing up the charts (number ninety-nine in the United Kingdom), it was withdrawn by the record company in the wake of the King's Cross fire. The band's next single, "Thinking About His Baby" was released in January 1988 and reached number seventy-nine in the UK. Its B-side, "Big Thing" became popular on the radio and in the clubs. In July 1988, "Jackie" was issued as a single outside the UK and reached number thirty-seven on the Hot Dance Club Songs and number fifty-four on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. The release date for Blue Zone's album, Big Thing which was recorded in 1987, was pushed back many times by the record label. Finally, it was released outside the UK in November 1988 without any further promotion. The album included songs written by Blue Zone, except for "Jackie" written by Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly. It was produced by Paul Staveley O'Duffy, except for "Perfect Crime" produced by Blue Zone. Ric Wake also co-produced "Jackie" and "Perfect Crime".
  • 1983
    Age 16
    Also in 1983, she co-hosted the children's television music programme Razzamatazz and appeared on another children's television series The Krankies Klub.
    More Details Hide Details Between 1982 and 1983, Stansfield released her next three singles: "The Only Way", "Listen to Your Heart" and "I Got a Feeling". Her early recordings were released on the album In Session in September 1996.
    In 1983, Johnnie Hamp produced for ITV Granada a documentary directed by Pete Walker, Born in the Sixties: Lisa Stansfield.
    More Details Hide Details It was a monograph of the aspiring singer and it included her comments and those of her mother and sisters and some songs sung by Stansfield.
  • 1982
    Age 15
    In 1982, she appeared on the television show Bring Me the Head of Light Entertainment on ITV Granada.
    More Details Hide Details At the same time, Stansfield signed her recording contract with Polydor Records.
  • 1980
    Age 13
    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.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1976
    Age 9
    Her family moved to Heywood in 1976, then to Rochdale in 1977.
    More Details Hide Details Stansfield grew up listening to soul music and admitted that her mother's playing of Diana Ross and the Supremes was her first musical influence, with her idols being Barry White and Marvin Gaye.
  • 1966
    Born
    Stansfield was born on 11 April 1966 in Manchester, Lancashire.
    More Details Hide Details Her parents are Marion and Keith Stansfield and she has two sisters, Karen and Suzanne.
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