Lisa Fishman | Crazy for You

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Crazy for You

by Lisa Fishman

A soft and mellow cover of the song originally popularized by Madonna..
Genre: Easy Listening: Love Songs
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Singer-songwriter, actress, multi-instrumentalist, comedienne and entertainer Lisa Fishman writes, performs and records music that is one part folk/rock/pop - with influences in rock, country, jazz and blues, and one part comedy. Described as "Carole King meets Bette Midler," one minute Lisa delivers a heartfelt ballad exploring the devastation of love lost, and the next minute she has the audience in stitches and singing along on jazzy comic numbers like, "Boys Like Bitches."
With a dynamic, powerhouse voice and a background in rock, theater, jazz, folk and cabaret, Lisa touches and entertains audiences with her clever, inspiring and sometimes edgy songs, her emotional vulnerability and comic wit, her magnetic stage presence, and her deep ability to connect to her audience. Her eclectic collection of songs always entertain and inspire, and are infused with nuggets of 'truth' - whether the material is serious or funny.

Lisa Fishman has performed throughout the U.S. and Europe, performing and recording her own original pop-rock music, jazz, blues, and cabaret, starring in Off-Broadway and Regional Musical Theater, performing for children on television and record, working as a voice over artist, as well as singing and recording with several of the Country's top 'Klezmer' bands (Eastern European Jewish music), performing in her own, original Jewish musical act, "The Lisa Fishman Jewish Experience," and starring in Yiddish Theater productions.
Concert highlights include Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park, the Barbican Centre in London, the Viener Konzerthaus in Vienna, The Hague, The Knitting Factory in New York, Los Angeles’ Gindi Theater at the University of Judaism, and concert halls throughout Switzerland, Germany, The Czech Republic, and The Netherlands. Lisa regularly performs her original music at clubs throughout Los Angeles, New York, Washington, D.C, and Chicago – and she can be heard on her own original CD, “Tie Me Down.”
As a musical theater actress, Lisa starred alongside Broadway and film star, Mike Burstyn, in the Drama Desk nominated, Off-Broadway sensation, “On Second Avenue,” in New York City and Los Angeles, and also shared the stage with Broadway star, Bruce Adler, in the hit show, "Bruce Adler, A, B, C."
Additional Off-Broadway credits include leading role in "The Golden Bride" (Di Goldene Kale), playing The Troubadour in "Shpiel, Shpiel, Shpiel," written by the Tony and Oscar Nominated writer of "Tootsie," "Luv" and others, Murray Schisgal, and directed by Tony-Award winning stage and film director, Gene Saks, Broadway and Television star, Bob Dishy, and The National Yiddish Theatre - Folksbiene's own Motl Didner, and Leyele in "Gimpel Tam."
Regional Theater credits include starring as Sally Bowles in “Cabaret,” Nancy in “Oliver,” Fanny Brice & Emma Goldman in “Tintypes,” the suffering Chanteuse in "Ghetto Cabaret," and Yente in "Shlemiel the First."
Lisa was the featured vocalist with Chicago's "Maxwell Street Klezmer Band" from 1994 through 2000, is featured on their 1996 recording, “You Should Be So Lucky!” (Shanachie Entertainment), and was seen performing with the band on several television programs, including "World Stage Chicago" and Public Television's "Artbeat.” Lisa is also a regular vocalist with Chicago’s "Modern Klezmer Quartet," and is featured singing jazz-inspired arrangements of Jewish standards on their 2007 recording “Jazz Klezmerology."
Lisa can be heard singing the beautiful, Yiddish love song, "Sheyn Vi Di Levone,” in the 2003 film, "Dummy," starring Acadamy Award winner, Adrien Brody, Illeana Douglas, and Milla Jovovich.
Lisa has also has done extensive performing and recording for children, including singing children’s songs and playing guitar as a series regular on WFTY-TV’s reading-readiness television program, “Raring To Read.” Lisa can be heard singing in English and Hebrew as the featured guest vocalist on the recordings, “A Part of a Chain” & “A Kid’s Life,” by award-winning, children’s recording artist and performer, Robbo,
Lisa also works as a voice over artist, voicing animation, commercials, and jingles.

Lisa brings her varied, eclectic influences to her music, which create an appealing variety to her show and her songs, while still keeping a clear, consistent through-line - which is her exceptional voice, her stellar songwriting, and her ability to touch her audience with moving lyrics that uplift, entertain and inspire.



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