LISA COPPOLA, a lifelong Jersey Girl, is a dedicated and gifted singer, songwriter and performer with a four-and-a-half octave range - blurring lines between love-gone-bad country, Americana, confrontational rock, and the Blues. LISA's performance history includes vocals for Pat Dinizio (The Smithereens), Marshall Crenshaw, John Eddie, Glen Burtnik, (Styx, The Weeklings ), Mitch Malloy, and Billy Joel, with whom she performed on Saturday Night Live. LISA’s 90’s band Broad (Art Beat Records) found success and toured Europe. She has brought her show-womanship to various bands including The Party Dolls, 80’s Revolution, Slow Hands (Eric Clapton Tribute), The Sheatles (all-female Beatles tribute), and Queens of Heart Band (Heart tribute.)
Lisa is a two time Josie Award winner: first in 2017 for Best Modern Country Song- Female Artist (“Just a Little Time”) and again in 2018 for Best Music Collaboration with Annemarie Picerno (“Bonfire”, along with Nashville Indie stars Jimmy Parker, Benny Pitsinger, Steve Owen and Donna Jo). That same year, she was also nominated for Best Female Multi Genre Vocalist as well as Best Musical Collaboration (“Invincible” with Ray Powers). Lisa is also a five-time 2018 Nashville Universe Award nominee and made the first round 2016 Grammy ballot.
LISA’s songs have hit #1 on nine independent music charts, plus made the top ten on over 35 charts worldwide. Her single "Invincible" with Ray Powers peaked at #5 on the Radio Indie Alliance’s Worldwide Aggregate Chart and was the Top Listener Requested song of 2018 on New Visions Radio. Stay tuned. . . LISA’s passion for music ensures there will be many more exciting things to come!