Lisa Nicoll is a singer-songwriter from Brooklyn, NY, who is currently living and working on her melodies and lyrics in Savannah, GA. Fans have called Lisa's music "infectious and really pretty, with lyrics that take you deeper than you expected." She has been compared to such performers as Juliana Hatfield, Dusty Springfield, and Petula Clark, and finds inspiration in the vocalists of the 1960s––from British Invasion to Brill Building, and by such poets as Rumi and Billy Collins.
Lisa has performed on the same bill as such recording artists as Dennis Diken of The Smithereens, Marshall Crenshaw, and Phoebe Snow. She has also worked as an actress, a voice-over artist, and as a choreographer. She is currently working on a full-length album.
FEBRUARY 27, 2007 NEWS: Lisa Nicoll's original song "Bad for Me" climbs to the #2 position today on American Idol Underground's Country Chart! (She thinks it's more folky-pop-ballad, but call it what you want, the people like it!)