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 by listening to her mother’s album collection.
Lisa’s original work, as a writer and performer, has earned rave reviews across the nation. Her one woman shows, Bullied to Beautiful, Another Hundred People, and If Love Were All, feature exciting collaborations with artists including Broadway’s Jelani Remy of The Lion King, Lucia Giannetta of A Bronx Tale, Joshua Morgan of Les Miserables, and Grammy award winning music director for the Manhattan Transfer, Yaron Gershovsky. Lisa’s original shows have appeared on many notable New York City stages, including Feinstein’s 54 Below, The Metropolitan Room, The Laurie Beechman Theater, The Highline Ballroom, and Don’t Tell Mama.
As a singer and songwriter, Lisa has recorded three albums, including a collaboration with the legendary Dinky Dawson, and songs written by Steely Dan founding member, Denny Dias. Lisa’s original song, “Beautiful Child,” was adopted by The March of Dimes for their national campaign and Lisa performed her rendition of the song with the Cape Cod Symphony at their Pops in the Park concert. Lisa has also appeared with Huey Lewis and the News, KC and the Sunshine Band, Otis Day and the Nights, The Hooters, Red Hot Chili Peppers, the original cast of Jersey Boys, Alan Menken, and at the special request of Aerosmith.
"Behind her petite 5’2 100lb. (soaking wet) frame lays a firebrand of a performer with an astounding vocal talent and dynamite stage presence. She knocked “Don’t Rain On My Parade” right out of the park, nearly making you forget Barbara sang it first. This is another performer we need to see more of!"
— John Amodeo, Edge Magazine