Lisa's latest solo CD "Wonder Wheel" an eclectic mix of Folk, Rock,
Blues, Americana, Old-Time and more was released in 2010 and continues
to receive international airplay and fantastic reviews, including a 5
star rating and "Pick Of The Week" from Indie Music Critic and
Muzikreviews.com as well as numerous other publications, blogs and
ezines. Women of Substance Radio says "Lisa is one of the most
versatile songwriters we've heard. She is a true artist who has mastered
countless styles of writing, singing and performing. This New Yorker
moves effortlessly from a sensitive acoustic ballad to an in-your-face
bluesy romp without skipping a beat." Jon Sobel of Blog Critics says
"Lisa Brigantino is what you'd call a complete musiciana superb
multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter. Brigantino brings to her
songwriting that real sense of melody that so many putative writers
lack." KRUU-FM says "Lisa's voice moves fluidly from style to style,
earthy on the blues and rocker songs, liquid sweet on the acoustic and
pop tunes." Lisa is currently recording her next album.
Lisa was an original member of Lez Zeppelin, the all girl, all Led Zeppelin tribute band and toured internationally with the band playing bass, bass pedals, keys, mandolin and doing backup vocals. During Lisa's years with the band, they received rave reviews in many publications and news sources including Rolling Stone (US, Germany and Japan ), Time Out New York & Chicago, Entertainment Weekly, The London Times, The Boston Globe, The New Yorker, VH1, MTV News, CNN News, CBS Sunday Morning and many more. Performance highlights include appearances at The Bonnaroo Music Festival and Voodoo Fest (USA), Download Festival (UK) Rock am Ring/Rock am Park (Germany). The bands debut CD was released in 2007, recorded and produced by the legendary Eddie Kramer. Lisa co-wrote two of the original songs on the album. Lisa left the band in 2009 to get back to concentrating on her own original material.
Lisa Brigantino is proud to be a Kurzweil Endorsed Artist. She is a member of SESAC, The Songwriters Guild of America, a voting member of NARAS (Grammys) and serves on the Advisory Board of Women In Music, Inc.