Bio courtesy of Ben Anthony
Lisa Lougheed grew up listening to her brother
Danny's record collection, which included the O'Jays
and Rose Royce. She attended Etobicoke's School of
the Arts for four years, and her first
professional job was part of Canada's Wonderland's
stage troupe as a singer and dancer. At seventeen
she was one of the featured voices on the soundtrack
of the animated series The Raccoons.
Her performances gained her a 1988 Juno nomination
as Most Promising Female Vocalist. That same year she
enjoyed minor success with the hit, Run With Us.
Lougheed signed a recording contract with Warner
Music Canada in 1991. Her debut album, World Love
(Where in Chapman's name can I find a copy?)�came
out in March 1992. Love Vibe and the title track
were the first two singles. In 1993 she released
her second album, Peace And Harmony. The first
single and video was "Won't Give Up My Music".