Lisa Hearns

Lisa Hearns

 Woodbridge, New Jersey, USA
BandJazz

Unmistakable sound all her own, yet very reminiscent of the great Ella Fitzgerald. Producer Elliot Scheiner said, "The first time I heard Lisa Hearns sing I knew I had to work with her."

Biography

Lisa Hearns is an acclaimed jazz vocalist who has performed at legendary venues and festivals in Boston, New York City, and throughout New England. The daughter of two music professors, Hearns grew up in Massachusetts and is a graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. Before attending Berklee she formed and led her own group, playing in New York City for several years and traveling throughout New England, performing together until 2001. She returned to New York City in September, 2001 to continue her singing career. Hearns has made several professional recordings to date and continues to garner critical acclaim for her performances. Producer Elliot Scheiner wrote “The first time I ever heard Lisa Hearns sing, I knew I had to work with her...She is truly one of the most extraordinary singers I have ever worked with. She has a most identifiable voice and an artistic approach to performing unlike anyone I’ve ever worked with.” The album features Concord Records guitarist Howard Alden, upright bassist Kelly Friesen, pianist Keith Ingham, and drummer Arnold Wise. Currently Hearns can be seen performing in a variety of venues in and around New York City and the Tri State area, and has been touring in support of her debut jazz release “I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good”.

Discography

I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good,
Released: April, 2008

Set List

Sets are usually 45 Minutes - One Hour in Length Depending on the Venue/Event, comprised of original arrangements of jazz standards.