Lisa Shaw

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life

 

I think you’d be hard pushed to find someone with a love of house music that hasn’t heard the amazing voice of Lisa Shaw at some point, from Miguel Migs tracks, Naked Music, King Britt, Burns and so many more, she has been the voice of house music for as long as I’ve been a fan.

 

It all started in New York City, almost by accident. Original from Toronto Lisa Shaw came to New York on holiday, and never went home. As with so many she grew up in a house filled with reggae, funk soul, jazz, folk, rock, disco, and new wave - giving her the perfect education in music. There wasn’t anything she didn’t listen to or wasn’t open to when it came to music, and it shows in her work to date.

 

Her first single written by DJ Smash. The title “Makin’ Love Makin’ Music,” released in 1995 on New Breed Records was followed by releases on independent labels featuring her vocals such as Dj Wally And Swingsett’s, “Dog Leg Left” on Ubiquity Records, and her first major hit in the UK, “If I Could” on Sirkus Records. A few years later she teamed up with Jay Denes, Dave Boonshoft, and Bruno Ybarra of Naked Music Recordings.

 

Her writing partner and producer Dave Warrin collaborated with Jay Denes to create, “You are Love” and one of her most popular songs, “Always” earneing her global acclaim. In 2005 she released her debut album “Cherry” with producers and co-writers Jay Denes, Dave Warrin, and Eric Stamile.

 

Lisa Shaw’s music has featured on a broad spectrum of genres from Deep House and Down tempo to Drum & Bass and Broken Beat. She’s been featured on albums with King Britt, QBurns Abtsract Message, Presently, Lisa tours solo as well as with DJ/ producer Miguel Migs of “Salted Music” in San Francisco. Salted Music released her 2nd album “Free” and has been her home since her departure from Naked Music in 2007.

 

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Lisa Shaw

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life

 

I think you’d be hard pushed to find someone with a love of house music that hasn’t heard the amazing voice of Lisa Shaw at some point, from Miguel Migs tracks, Naked Music, King Britt, Burns and so many more, she has been the voice of house music for as long as I’ve been a fan.

 

It all started in New York City, almost by accident. Original from Toronto Lisa Shaw came to New York on holiday, and never went home. As with so many she grew up in a house filled with reggae, funk soul, jazz, folk, rock, disco, and new wave - giving her the perfect education in music. There wasn’t anything she didn’t listen to or wasn’t open to when it came to music, and it shows in her work to date.

 

Her first single written by DJ Smash. The title “Makin’ Love Makin’ Music,” released in 1995 on New Breed Records was followed by releases on independent labels featuring her vocals such as Dj Wally And Swingsett’s, “Dog Leg Left” on Ubiquity Records, and her first major hit in the UK, “If I Could” on Sirkus Records. A few years later she teamed up with Jay Denes, Dave Boonshoft, and Bruno Ybarra of Naked Music Recordings.

 

Her writing partner and producer Dave Warrin collaborated with Jay Denes to create, “You are Love” and one of her most popular songs, “Always” earneing her global acclaim. In 2005 she released her debut album “Cherry” with producers and co-writers Jay Denes, Dave Warrin, and Eric Stamile.

 

Lisa Shaw’s music has featured on a broad spectrum of genres from Deep House and Down tempo to Drum & Bass and Broken Beat. She’s been featured on albums with King Britt, QBurns Abtsract Message, Presently, Lisa tours solo as well as with DJ/ producer Miguel Migs of “Salted Music” in San Francisco. Salted Music released her 2nd album “Free” and has been her home since her departure from Naked Music in 2007.

 

Lisa Shaw

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life

 

I think you’d be hard pushed to find someone with a love of house music that hasn’t heard the amazing voice of Lisa Shaw at some point, from Miguel Migs tracks, Naked Music, King Britt, Burns and so many more, she has been the voice of house music for as long as I’ve been a fan.

 

It all started in New York City, almost by accident. Original from Toronto Lisa Shaw came to New York on holiday, and never went home. As with so many she grew up in a house filled with reggae, funk soul, jazz, folk, rock, disco, and new wave - giving her the perfect education in music. There wasn’t anything she didn’t listen to or wasn’t open to when it came to music, and it shows in her work to date.

 

Her first single written by DJ Smash. The title “Makin’ Love Makin’ Music,” released in 1995 on New Breed Records was followed by releases on independent labels featuring her vocals such as Dj Wally And Swingsett’s, “Dog Leg Left” on Ubiquity Records, and her first major hit in the UK, “If I Could” on Sirkus Records. A few years later she teamed up with Jay Denes, Dave Boonshoft, and Bruno Ybarra of Naked Music Recordings.

 

Her writing partner and producer Dave Warrin collaborated with Jay Denes to create, “You are Love” and one of her most popular songs, “Always” earneing her global acclaim. In 2005 she released her debut album “Cherry” with producers and co-writers Jay Denes, Dave Warrin, and Eric Stamile.

 

Lisa Shaw’s music has featured on a broad spectrum of genres from Deep House and Down tempo to Drum & Bass and Broken Beat. She’s been featured on albums with King Britt, QBurns Abtsract Message, Presently, Lisa tours solo as well as with DJ/ producer Miguel Migs of “Salted Music” in San Francisco. Salted Music released her 2nd album “Free” and has been her home since her departure from Naked Music in 2007.