Grammy-winning backup singer for the Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, and other icons steals the spotlight with stunning performance of her own
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Waiting her turn: Before headlining her own shows, Lisa performed as a backup singer alongside music’s biggest icons, from Tina Turner and Luther Vandross to Sting and The Rolling Stones.
Where you’ve seen her: taking the spotlight at last in 2013’s documentary about life as a backup singer, 20 Feet from Stardom. The film won an Oscar, finally giving the trophy the recognition it deserved after spending years as a Golden Globe.
What to expect at the show: dazzling renditions of The Stones, Led Zeppelin, and beyond, plus a stirring performance of Lisa’s own Grammy-winning hit “How Can I Ease the Pain” from her 1991 solo album.
Grand Baton: The band supplements Lisa’s incredible vocals by fusing African, Middle Eastern and Caribbean rhythms with progressive and psychedelic licks .
From the press: Broadway World said, “Her glamorous-girl-next-door quality makes fans all over the world think she’s their own secret discovery,” while the New York Times simply referred to her as a “phenomenal powerhouse.”