Lisa Bouchelle

"Larger than life with a voice that could fill an amphitheater and still make you feel like you're the only one she's singing to."
- Out On The Town Entertainment, Philadelphia, PA

"Sparkling personality and bad-girl-next-door looks."
- The Trentonian, Trenton, NJ

Lisa Bouchelle has a sound all her own. You might call her "Alt-Americana," for her acoustic-based, Americana music with an edge. But the music she writes unapologetically encompasses a wide variety of genres, including Americana, pop, singer-songwriter, gospel, classic rock, and more. The songs are all based around her unique acoustic guitar grooves, and her lyrics are often about empowerment and believing in oneself, and one's dreams; about not being afraid to take chances in life; to overcome your fears, to go for it, and "Jump In!"
Lisa is well respected among her musical colleagues, as evidenced by the fact the new album contains contributions from G. Love (2020 Grammy Nominee), Mike Schmid (The Chainsmokers, Miley Cyrus), Tommy Kessler (Blondie), Rob Hyman (The Hooters), Joel Hoekstra (Whitesnake, Cher, TSO), Constantine Maroulis (American Idol, Broadway Tony Nominee), Hal B. Selzer (Joan Jett & The Blackhearts), Shawn Pelton (Saturday Night Live), Peter Mayer (Jimmy Buffett), Doyle Grisham (Kenny Rogers, George Jones, Jimmy Buffett), and Bobby Bandiera (Bon Jovi).
Lisa has dueted in concert with Jon Bon Jovi, sung backup for Bruce Springsteen, and appeared in a number of off-Broadway productions. She also is the host and creator of the TV show Rock Star Kitchen, which airs twice weekly on The Comcast Network in the mid-Atlantic region.
Lisa first started singing at a young age and sang non-stop... because although her parents loved her deeply, the only time they would stop their constant arguing was when little Lisa sang. So, she sang as much as she could, whenever she could, feeling that it was up to her to keep peace in the household. Now, after losing her father to complications from a heart operation, and her mother to alcoholism, she still finds refuge in her music.
Her fans and listeners often comment that they can feel her emotion as if it were their own, and when they hear a song of hers start, they immediately know, "That's a Lisa Bouchelle song!"