|Birth name||Lisa Rae Harriton|
17 November 1980 |
Los Angeles, California, US
|Genres||Pop, Electronic, Rock|
|Associated acts||Elle Rae, Jo Li, Bartholomew, The Smashing Pumpkins, Adam Lambert, Kesha, Natalia Kills|
Lisa Rae Harriton (born 17 November 1980) is an American singer-songwriter, keyboardist and sound designer. A member of the songwriting and production team Jo Li, Harriton is a co-writer of the Grammy and Oscar nominated song “Everything Is Awesome” from The Lego Movie.
Early Life and Education
Harriton was born in Los Angeles, California and began working as a studio singer at age 8 on dates for Disney, Integrity Media and Word Records. She sang the preproduction duet vocals on Rod Stewart's Great American Songbook.
On 22 May 2007, in Le Grand Rex club in Paris, she was unveiled as touring keyboardist and backing vocalist for the reformed alternative rock band, Smashing Pumpkins. Harriton appeared in the videos for "Tarantula" and "That's the Way (My Love Is)". She also appeared in the documentary concert film “If All Goes Wrong.”
In 2009 she toured with Adam Lambert performing as his keyboardist. She also appeared with Lambert on the CBS Early Show, Late Night with David Letterman, The View, and the American Music Awards. In 2010 she performed keyboard duties for Kesha including an appearance on Ellen.
In 2012, Harriton launched a solo career under the stage name Elle Rae.
Awards and Nominations
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Awards and nominations
"Everything Is Awesome" awards and nominations
Hollywood Music In Media Award winner for Song - Animated Film.
Talk Film Society Award winner for Best Original Song.
- Lisa Harriton at Last.fm
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