She appeared on BBC Radio 2 talking to OJ Borg and Angela Scanlon - listen back here
Lisa is doing some radio promotions to discuss her forthcoming new single release 'Everything' and about her forthcoming 30th anniversary tour of her debut album, Affection.
She appeared on BBC Radio 2 talking to OJ Borg and Angela Scanlon - listen back here
On Friday, April 26, 2019, Lisa Stansfield will be a guest in the event hall. The soul icon released her new album "Deeper" last year. In the run-up, she was already looking forward to her latest album with the song "Everything". Funky groove, Soul, and Lisa's unparalleled voice are unique today, as they were 30 years ago. Pop, jazz, dance, motown, and northern soul merge into funky grooving disco tracks, carried by the voluminous, multi-faceted voice of petite Mrs. Stansfield. well-tempered soul-pop ballads as well as relaxed easy listening songs.
Before she enters the stage, Judth Hill opens the festival. Their music is assigned to American pop and R & B. The Rolling Stone magazine praised them for their "outstanding powerhouse vocals. When she sang at the memorial service of Michael Jackson in front of an audience of millions "Heal the world", she was overwhelmed by a wave of attention, the background singer did not know until then.
Tickets are now available at all ticket agencies and online at reservix.de
Lisa has added some more dates to the 30th Anniversary of Affection tour for 2019.
Mon 4th Nov 2019 Ancienne Belgique Brussels (BRU) - (on sale 3rd Dec)
Fri 15th Nov 2019 - Kaufleuten Zurich (CHE) - (on sale 30th Nov)
Sat 16 Nov 2019 - Austria, Linz, Posthof - (AUS) - (on sale 29th Nov)
Mon 18 Nov 2019 - E-Work, Cologne (GER)
Tue 19 Nov 2019 - BASF Feierabendaus, Ludwigshafen (GER)
Thur 21 Nov 2019 - Metropolitan Theater - Bremen (GER)
Sun 24th Nov 2019 - Rockefeller Oslo (NOR) - (on sale 7th Dec)
Wed 27 Nov 2019 - Barclaycare Arena - Hamburg (GER)
Thur 28 Nov 2019 - Händel Halle - Halle / Saale (GER)
Sat 30 Nov 2019 - Tempordrom - Berlin (GER)
Sun 1 Dec 2019 - Rheingoldhalle - Mainz (GER)
Mon 2 Dec 2019 Philharmonic - Munich (GER)
More dates to be added watch this space
Lisa has announced a run of UK dates in October and November 2019 to mark the 30th anniversary release of her debut solo album ‘Affection’.
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UK Leg dates
Mon 21 Oct 2019 - Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Tue 22 Oct 2019- Guildford G Live
Wed 23 Oct 2019 - Brighton Dome
Fri 25 Oct 2019 - Bath Forum
Sat 26 Oct 2019- Salford Lowry Lyric Theatre
Mon 28 Oct 2019 - Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Tue 29 Oct 2019 - Birmingham Symphony Hall
Thu 31 Oct 2019 - London Royal Albert Hall
Fri 01 Nov 2019 - Cardiff St David's Hall
earMUSIC announce the release of the Deluxe edition of Lisa Stansfield’s 2018 album ‘Deeper’. Originally
released in April 2018 the record, Lisa’s eighth studio album, was acclaimed on its release and charted at
number 15 in the UK Official Album Chart.
This deluxe edition will include the original 13 tracks, plus an 80 minute bonus CD including 4 brand new
live recordings from Lisa’s recent UK tour, remixes of ‘Billionaire’, ‘Deeper’ and ‘Never Ever’ as well as a
new version of ‘There Goes My Heart (Again)’ from the 2014 album ‘Seven’. Remixes of ‘Never Ever’
charted as the #1 most added song in the Billboard Dance Club Songs Chart This brand new edition will
also be available to download and stream from https://lisastansfield.lnk.to/DeeperDeluxe
“Great remixes that further enhance the quality of this album” – Jeff Young
‘Deeper’ is written by Lisa and her song-writing partner Ian Devaney, produced by Ian & Mark “Snowboy”
Cotgrove and with Lisa taking the role of executive producer. Following a string of sold out tour dates
across Europe earlier this spring, and a celebrated performance in Hyde Park for the BBC Proms In The
Park, the legendary, multi-award-winning, multi-platinum and million-selling artist will make her highly
anticipated return to North American shores this autumn.
As a pop, R&B and dance music staple in the late ‘80s and throughout the ‘90s, Lisa Stansfield’s music saw
her top the charts on both sides of Atlantic, duet with George Michael and Queen, win multiple Brits and
Ivor Novello awards, collect Grammy nominations and feature on ‘The Bodyguard’,the biggest-selling film
soundtrack of all time.
Lisa's contribution to British soul is undeniable with a string of hit singles including ‘All Around The
World’, ‘All Woman’, and ‘The Real Thing’ and many award winning albums. Her unmistakable voice has
been a constant presence on the dance floor and airwaves ever since.
“an essential artist of our time” Blues and Soul Magazine
“Right up there with her best.” Echoes Magazine
“Deeper is stuffed with quality Brit soul and classy pop” Soul and Jazz and Funk
“Glowing sophistication” Louder Than War
Deeper Deluxe Tracklisting
5. Coming Up For Air
6. Love Of My Life
7. Never Ever
9. Hole In My Heart
10. Just Can't Help Myself
13. Ghetto Heaven
Disc 2 - all songs for the first time on CD
1. There Goes My Heart (Again) *
2. Deeper (Snowboy Extended Version) *
3. Never Ever (Snowboy Extended Version)
4. So Natural (Live From York) *
5. Soul Deep (Live From London) *
6. All Woman (Live From Berlin) *
7. Real Love (Live From Paris) *
8. Billionaire (Until Dawn Remix)
9. Billionaire (Rob Hardt Mix)
10. Billionaire (Rob Hardt Back In Time Mix)
11. Billionaire (E11even Remix)
12. Billionaire (DCS Dubz Remix)
13. Never Ever (Brian Power Mix)
14. Never Ever (Mike Cruz Club Mix)
15. Never Ever (Rob Hardt True Emotions Mix - Extended)
* previously unreleased
BBC Music Day Ambassador Lisa Stansfield took over the tram platform announcements. Lisa performed on the Manchester Metrolink Music Tram today, while earlier this week recorded her own announcements for the city's tram and light rail system.
"I've been around the world, but I, I I, could always find my ticket," she can be heard saying - a reference to her 1989 hit All Around the World."So make sure you've got yours before you get on board."
Here performing So Be It to surprised travellers.
Lisa Stansfield,performed at Matt & Phreds in Manchester for an intimate acoustic show.
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The full programme for this year's EFG London Jazz Festival, which runs from 16 to 25 November, has been announced and includes some significant additions across concert hall, club and free stages.
The EFG London Jazz Festival opens on 16 November with its signature glittering gala performance, Jazz Voice, where Guy Barker’s 42-piece orchestra teams up with some of today’s most individual vocalists in a spectacular celebration of song, hosted by Jumoké Fashola. This year’s line-up includes Laila Biali, Allan Harris, Deva Mahal, Anthony Strong, Zara McFarlaneand Lisa Stansfield, with further names to be announced.
The EFG London Jazz Festival brings together musicians from across the planet, aiming to promote the love of jazz and reach as wide an audience as possible. This inclusivity is reflected in the Festival’s digital marketing with #WeAreJazz, which allows festival-goers to follow news and share memories, promoting diversity and the engagement with jazz by the broadest of audiences.
Now in its 26th year it remains the capital’s largest city-wide festival, with over 2,000 artists in more than 325 performances in concert halls, clubs, at family events, free concerts, films and talks, in over 70 venues across London.
Tickets on sale now, check the following link for details: TICKET LINKS
Lisa Stansfield has revealed that she once hit an industry professional “across the head” after he “squeezed her bum” when she was just 15.
The singer, who has a new single out, appeared on Good Morning Britain to chat to Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid about her decorated career in the spotlight.
Asked how the industry was when she first started, Stansfield said that she thinks it has “always been people with promises and dangling carrots” and that when stars are “young, impressionable and ambitious” then they want to believe things.
Elaborating, she explained: “[But] There was always part of me that didn’t believe these people and someone did try it on with me and they did get a big whack across the head.
“Just squeezing my bum, and I just wasn’t having any of it. And I think that’s what young girls should know. I was about 16, 15 I was. That guy has got his comeuppance.”
Stansfield continued: “I first started out on TV… I did variety shows and I was terrible.
"So, I went to this modelling school for my deportment, that’s where this guy was. He’s never going to do that again as he did it to other people much more serious than me, I was lucky.
“As a mum you have to tell your daughters or your sons that you have to be careful, people aren’t nice out there, there are nasty people.”
The 52-year-old told the show that things in the industry will change now and that they “have” to but added that she hopes it won’t make people “frightened to touch each other or to make advances in a nice way”.