Do you eat, sleep, do you breath her anymore? We do! Lisa Loeb, everybody’s favorite chick rocker of the ’90s, has announced a small tour in support of her recent album No Fairy Tale. The short jaunt will see the musician in cities on the East Coast, kicking off with a March 16 gig at The Atlanta Jewish Music Festival in Atlanta, GA. After that it’s off to D.C. for a show at Jammin’ Java, followed by a stop in the Big Apple at the Highline Ballroom on March 20. She’ll also make her way out to Long Island for a gig in Bayshore at the Boulton Center, and wraps things up in Boston at the Regattabar on March 22.
The Grammy-award winning Lisa Loeb first burst onto the music scene back in 1994, with her hit single “Stay (I Missed You).” At the time, Loeb was a young, recent college grad. Whelp, she’s all grown up now with children and a family, and a new album. According to Examiner.com, No Fairy Tale is “well-produced, perfectly crafted and fun.” The album features collaborations with duo Tegan and Sarah, and is currently available now.
Atlanta Jewish Music Fest
New York City