Lisa Loeb Goes to Camp

Published: 2008-04-25
Singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb is reminiscing about summer camp on her upcoming release. Loeb blew up in the nineties when her hit single "Stay" was included on the soundtrack for the film Reality Bites. Known for her trademark cat's-eye glasses and acoustic guitar she had a couple more top 40 hits with "Do You Sleep" and "I Do".

In 2003 she released her first children's music album Catch the Moon featuring classics like "Oh Susanna" and "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star".

Her upcoming children's album Camp Lisa is full of summer time sing-along tunes and features special guests like Jill Sobule, Nina Gordon and Steve Martin. Tunes on the disc include camp classics like "Peanut Butter & Jelly", "Father Abraham", "Linger", a cover of Neil Young's "Love is a Rose" and original tunes like "Wake Up Song" and "It's Not Goodbye".

Along with the disc she will also launch the Camp Lisa Foundation that according to her website is, "a non-profit organization that will raise funds to help send underprivileged kids to summer camp". Loeb is set to tour to support the album Camp Lisa in July.

Writer: Michelle Garcia



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