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Nov 25, 2015

Welcome back to the dHarmic Evolution podcast with me James Kevin O’Connor, singer/songwriter and master storyteller. Today, I have my first-ever jazz vocalist artist guest, and she’s got one heck of a voice - Lisa Casalino, all the way from Beverly Hills, California.

 

Lisa talks about how she got started in music, being raised in a family of music lovers - she tells me that her father had a collection of records which she grew up listening to. You know, this lady is full of surprises! She’s into music that I never really thought she’d be digging - she’s a big fan of Motley Crue! Can you imagine that?

She discovered her musical inclination at a very young age and eventually decided to take up music in college, and actually became a music teacher! Lisa’s really something, you guys! You better check her out.

Listen to the full interview to find out more of Lisa’s story and how she makes music - plus her dog Alyssa Do is something! Just adorable!

On this episode:

  • Lisa shares about her early beginnings, singing in the choir in her hometown and how she really wanted to sing more
  • She talks about singing in nursing homes - which was where she had her first gigs! How the heck did she think about that? 
  • Lisa also talks about how she wanted to write country music during the early years of her career. What made her shift to jazz?
  • YACHT ROCK - what is that? Find out what Lisa has to say about that type of music!
  • She also shares about her plans for her upcoming projects - check them out!
  • Of course, sound clips of Lisa’s beautiful songs!

Lisa Casalino Songs featured:

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