Lisa Jason is a classically trained singer, songwriter, and performer whose close relationship with music began at a young age. Her unyielding musical passion began when she was a small child, while listening to her mother’s album collection which would prove to become her savior as she coped with the extreme bullying she endured at school.
Lisa Jason began singing when she was a small child, while listening to her mother’s album collection Lisa trained classically with New York City Opera, Mezzo Soprano, Helene Guilet Smith, and later on in her career studied the Jeanne Diva method intensively. A singer and songwriter, Lisa’s song “Beautiful Child”, was adopted by The March Of Dimes organization for their national campaign, and was performed by Lisa and the Cape Cod Symphony at their Pops in the Park concert where she was a special guest. Lisa has recorded three CD’s, one as a collaboration with legendary sound man of Rock, Dinky Dawson, with songs written by Steely Dan founding member Denny Dias. Her most recent CD, “Road to Me”, is a compilation of her own original songs and songs written by songwriters that help guide her on the journey to finding her voice.
Earning rave reviews from Provincetown to New York to the Caribbean, Lisa co-writes and performs her own original Cabaret shows in New York City. “Bullied to Beautiful”, a show that Lisa co-wrote about the years she was bullied as a child and the music that helped inspire and heal her during that difficult time. With original arrangements by Maestro, Ryan Shirar, and with well known New York City musicians, Guitarist, Sean Harkness, Cellist, Peter Sachon and Percussionist, Mike Lunoe, that paint the musical backdrop to her story. “If Love Were All”, is co-written with Actor/Director Producer Joshua Morgan, with musical arrangements by Grammy Award winning musical director for the Manhattan Transfer, Yaron Gershovsky, and is a celebration of the music and artistry of Judy Garland, coupled with her search for love and Lisa’s experience of her. She currently performs at venues in New York City, Feinstein’s 54 Below, The Metropolitan Room, The Laurie Beechman Theater, The Highline Ballroom and Don’t Tell Mama. She has been a Guest Artist with such legendary groups as Huey Lewis and the News, KC and the Sunshine Band, Otis Day and the Nights, The Hooters, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and the original cast of the Jersey Boys. She has also performed at the special request of Aerosmith and has also sung The National Anthem at Fenway Park. Lisa has also had the privilege of singing with Alan Menken and has appeared as a guest on Dr. Oz.