' In this industry we come across a lot of performers. I remember the first time I heard Lisa sing and I have to say it was incredible. No matter how many times I hear her perform she can still send shivers up my spine and certainly make me sit up and listen. ' -Ben Day, Larrikin Entertainment, Festival Records-
' Lazuli's sublime voice, sometimes fragile and ethereal, sometimes forceful and impassioned, is a thing of beauty that stops people in their tracks. A storyteller through music, her songs explore the complexities of love and heartache with aching melodies or razor sharp bite transporting the listener with a captivating, emotive voice and beautifully sympathetic guitar style.
With raw sensitivity and passionate grace Lisa Lazuli pours her whole heart from a full cup into the art of song writing. With a love for beautiful melody and a drive towards ruminating and thoughtful lyric, the song has constantly been on her mind and driving force since the age of 13 when she penned her first song at the piano inspired by a dream.
Song writing, singing and collaborating with other musicians has taken Lisa all over the east coast of Australia. Being apart of Triple J's first unearthed band 'Ode to a Goldfish' saw her supporting acts like The Finn Bro', Christine Anu, The Whitlams and many others. Lisa has also supported acts as a solo artist like Jeff Lang, The Idea Of North most recently supporting the beautiful Lucie Thorn, and playing festivals all over Australia such as, The Woodford Folk Festival.
Lisa recorded her first solo album in 2014 'Songs From Acacia Street '
Lisa has just released her e.p. 'Calm and Tempest' a collection folky, rootsy, songs about love, life and other bits and pieces.
Feel free to contact Lisa at anytime.
Illawarra Folk Festival 2017. Lisa Lazuli and The Maydays featuring Warwick Hargraves, Dave Elliston and Bertie McMahon