Lisa Loeb is a singer-songwriter, who started her career with the platinum-selling Number 1 hit song Stay (I Missed You) from the film Reality Bites. Lisa continues to craft irresistible pop songs for the 21st century, while designing Lisa Loeb Eyewear, writing children's books, and supporting non-profit causes. In addition to these family albums, Lisa's "Camp Lisa" raises funds for The Camp Lisa Foundation to allow kids, who wouldn't normally have the opportunity, to go to summer camp, and in 2015, the American Camp Association, New England named Lisa Loeb as their Camp Champions Honoree.
The following is a detailed discography for American rock music singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb, including her work as Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories. To date, Loeb has released a total of 14 studio albums, 1 compilation album, and 2 EPs. She has also released 20 singles. In the beginning of her career, Loeb began as a young singer-songwriter with friend, Elizabeth Mitchell, with whom she recorded two albums.
Firecracker is a Grammy-nominated album by Lisa Loeb. It was released in 1997 through Geffen Records. Cheva Chonin of Rolling Stone noted that the "endearing naivete and frothy, indie-rock guitar" of her debut album had been replaced "by staid arrangements and lackluster riffs. The album was certified Gold in the . and Canada and was nominated for the 1999 Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. All songs written by Loeb except where noted. Falling in Love" – 4:05.
Album · 2008 · 19 Songs.
Lisa Loeb - "Stay" Art & Soul with Caroline Jones. Lisa Listen Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories. Lisa Loeb Live at City Winery New York 06/02/2010 Full Show. Loeb also sells a brand of coffee called her "Wake Up! Brew," a reference to her "Everybody Wake Up" song from her Camp Lisa album Personal life. Loeb dated Dweezil Zappa from 1998 to 2004.
The triumph of Lisa Loeb's second children's album (following her first, Catch the Moon, made with Elizabeth Mitchell) is that it is narrowly focused. Some of its selections, including "Home on the Range," are the sorts of numbers that have been heard around the campfire for generations. Others, including "Ready for the Summer" (from the movie Meatballs) and Neil Young's "Love Is a Rose," have been repurposed from other origins