Lisa Edwards is one of Australia’s leading performers, poised for phenomenal success both here and internationally.
Renowned for her ability to perform live, Lisa has covered many areas in music including jazz, musicals and contemporary material. Her experience also includes television, recordings, live work, dancing and playing numerous musical instruments.
A consummate performer, Lisa’s success as a vocalist has been well documented. She has worked with high-profile Australian acts including: Noiseworks, Black Sorrows, Real Life, Ross Wilson, Billy Thorpe, Brian Cadd and Kate Ceberano, and was one of the most impressive vocalists on the Kylie Minogue European tour. However, Lisa is probably best known to Australian audiences as one of John Farnham’s accomplished and dynamic backing singers.
She is a constant long-standing member of the Farnham band, touring both nationally and internationally. Popular with live audiences, Lisa performed the duet ‘Angels’ and ‘Don’t Let It End’ with John, receiving overwhelming responses.
Her career has been filled with highlights, not least of which have been to share the stage with international acts such as Natalie Cole, Al Green, Sting, Brian Adams, Hall & Oats, Cindy Lauper, to Lenny Kravitz and Yoko Ono for the John Lennon Tribute Concert in Liverpool. She has also worked with Tom Jones, and at the opening of the Melbourne Casino with ray Charles in Support to Stevie Wonder.
As the epitome of sophistication, Lisa is a highly versatile performer and a masterful singer who charms the critics and public alike.