Lisa Bevill

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Lisa Bevill
Born (1961-06-24) June 24, 1961 (age 56)
Origin Asheville, North Carolina, United States
Genres Gospel music, Inspirational
Occupation(s) Christian music singer, songwriter
Years active 1992–present
Labels Sparrow Records

Lisa Bevill (born June 24, 1961 in Asheville, North Carolina) is an American Contemporary Christian musician[1] best known for Christian radio hits such as No Condemnation, Only a Saviour and Hold On. Her latest album, When The Healing Comes, was released on March 1, 2008, and she has begun songwriting for her next album.

Personal life[edit]

Lisa Bevill and her husband Jeff, have 2 grown sons, 2 grandchildren and live near Nashville, Tennessee. Primarily retired from touring/performing onstage as a CCM artist as of 2001, to spend more time with her boys. She is currently still working as a studio singer, singing bgv's on albums, jingles/TV commercials/voice-over work. Her LLMD (Lyme Literate M.D.) say that the Lyme Disease she fought since 2008 is in remission. .[2] She advocates/educates and helps other Lyme sufferers get properly tested thru I-Genex and to find a LLMD in their area.[3]

Lisa recently sang on a new album from legendary Scott Wesley Brown whose new project is called "Balladeer", July 2016.


'STUDIO WORK:' Lisa has performed on recordings by: Amy Grant * Garth Brooks * Faith Hill * Michael Bolton * Linda Rondstadt * Vince Gill * Jo Dee Messina * John Tesh * Reba McEntire * James Ingram * Michael W. Smith * Carman * Sergio Mendez * Donna Summer * Petra * Rich Mullins * Kim Hill * Kathy Troccoli * Cindy Morgan * Twila Paris * Newsong * Margaret Becker * Phillips Craig & Dean * CeCe Winans * Bob Carlisle * Wynonna Judd * Cherri Keaggy * Keith Green Tribute * Gary Chapman * Michael English * Jaci Valesquez * Al Denson * Jonathan Pierce * Michael Phelps * Michael O'Brian * David Robertson * Helen Darling * Petra * Sonic Flood * John Berry * Morgan Cryer * Greg Long * Steve Green * Newsong * Steve Camp * Brenda Lee * John Elliot * Shiela Walsh * Paul Overstreet * Bob Carlisle * Keith Brown * Rich Mullins * Jim Murray * Wayne Watson * Jamie Slocum * Denver & The Mile High Orchestra * Ty Herndon * Livingston Taylor * Peter Cetera * Joyce Martin * Bonnie Keen * Bryan Duncan * Jaime Kyle * Glenn Garrett * Alvin Slaughter * Ronnie McDowell * Rachel Lampa * Ricky Skaggs * Mark Schultz * Joy Williams * Rhett Akins * Tammy Trent * Dolly Parton * Bill Gaither * Travis Cottrell * Drew Cline * Mercy Me * Nicol Smith Sponberg * Pat Boone * Darrell Evans * David Phelps * Lauren Talley * Bart Millard * Scott Savol * Andrae Crouch * Dennis Jernigan * Marshall Hall * Kellie Coffey * Sarah Groves * Ray Stephens * Alan Jackson, while also performing as an artist herself.

'COMMERCIALS:' Lisa has recorded commercials for: McDonald's * Wrigley's Doublemint - Wrigley's Spearmint * Wrigley's Extra Gum * Toyota * Ford * Chevrolet * Chrysler/Dodge * Domino's Pizza * Frito Lay * Diet Orange Crush * Time Life Books * Arby's * Radio Shack * Dollywood * BC Powder * Jeep Eagle * Coke * Pepsi * Thrifty Car Rental * Goody's Department Store * Gatti's Pizza Fazio's * Girl Talk Game Board and TV Show * Copper Mountain * Lee's Chicken * Arby's * Sundrop * Oklahome State Tourism * Stanley Steamer * Tony Roma's * Lifetime TV * NBC * AquaChoice * Regis & Kelly * Bridgestone Tires * HCA * Morning Glory * Ace Hardware


  • "Charlotte's Web": starring Julie Roberts, Oprah Winfrey,Robert Redford,Reba McEntire. Lisa sings on ending song credits.
  • "Something To Talk About": starring Julia Roberts and Dennis Quaid. Song featured: Rhett Akins/Lisa B.- "Where Angels Walk" featured in the movie.
  • "The Second Chance": starring Michael W. Smith
  • "Garth Brooks": Lifetime Achievement DVD Promotion shown in theatres around the country
  • "Thank You Billy Graham": A musical tribute to an American Hero who has devoted his life to serving God and humanity. Pat Boone & David Pack producers, The Gold Label

Lisa Bevill was the first female artist spokesperson for True Love Waits, the highly publicized national campaign encouraging youth to commit to remaining abstinent until marriage. Lisa's "Chaperone" was selected for inclusion on the True Love Waits recording, which also featured selections from Michael W. Smith, DC Talk and Petra among others.

'TOURING' 1999-2008 "Living Proof Live" - with Beth Moore (Lifeway's Women's Conference) 1997-1998 The "Lisa Bevill" - "Love Of Heaven" Tour, New Zealand, Australia 1996-1997 The "Lisa Bevill/ Greg Long Tour" with special guest Beyond The Blue 1995-1996 The "Love Of Heaven" Tour with special guest Benjamin and Jackson Finch 1994 The "Lisa Bevill / East To West Tour" with special guest Benjamin 1994 DC Talk South Africa, Australia 1994 Petra 1993-1994 Geoff Moore & The Distance 1993 White Heart 1989-1992 Prism

'TV & SPECIAL APPEARANCES:' 2007, Artist Mentor/vocal coach for TBN's "GIFTED" show: TBN's version of American Idol * The 700 Club * Time 2 (Carman-TBN) * "See You At The Pole" (Jay Sekulo-TBN) * "True Love Waits" - The National Celebration (Co-Host), * "Pat Boone's Gospel America" (TBN) * "Home Life" - Family Net * "Talk of The Town" -Nashville, TN * "Cooking with Bill Hall" - Channel 4, Nashville * "Home For The Holidays" * Paul Overstreet Christmas Special (TNN) * 100 Huntley Street, Canada * Morgan Cryer's "Pray In America Video" * Andrae Crouch Tribute Album Video * Wayne Watsons "Watercolor Pony" Video * Russ Taff "Not Gonna Bow" Video, * National "Parents Day" Observation with Florence Henderson, with Barbara Billingsley, Lola Falana, Pops Staples, Chelsea Noble and Kirk Cameron * True Love Waits DC & LA '94, Youth For Christ Superconference, Josh McDowell * "Real Video's" (Host) * "Prime Time Country" * Bridges

Awards and nominations[edit]

Dove Award Nomination - "Special Event Album of The Year for "My Utmost For His Highest" - "The Covenant" "I Will Follow You" Lisa Bevill and John Elefante

Dove Award Nomination - "Special Event Album of The Year "Sisters: The Story Goes On", "Somehow She Stays" Lisa Bevill and Cynthia Clawson

Best Christian Video / Christian Category - Houston Film Festival Gold Award: "Chaperone"

Dove Award Nomination - "Best Short-Form Video of The Year": "Chaperone"


Studio albums[edit]

  • 2008: When The Healing Comes
  • 2000: Lisa Bevill
  • 1996: Love of Heaven
  • 1994: All Because of You
  • 1992: My Freedom
  1. 1 songs from Lisa's career include, "My Freedom", "Place In The Sun", "No Condemnation", "Turn and Love", "Tender Reed, "Only A Savior", "If We're His". "If We're His" was voted the #1 Inspirational Song of The Year in 1997 by CCM chart.
  1. 1 AC single "Turn and Love" on the Love of Heaven album. And then again as her self-titled LisaBevill-LisaBevill album with her #3 Inspo hit, "How Strong He Is". Executive producing her indie project and 5th album released in 2008, "When The Healing Comes".


  1. ^ Cusic, Don (2010). Encyclopedia of contemporary Christian music: pop, rock, and worship. ABC-CLIO. pp. 11–. ISBN 978-0-313-34425-1. Retrieved 18 June 2011. 
  2. ^ Bevill, Lisa. "Bevill leaves the road". Lisa Bevill Official Web Page. Lisa Bevill. Retrieved 27 January 2012. 
  3. ^ Bevill, Lisa. "Lyme Disease". Lyme Institute. Lisa Bevill. Retrieved 27 January 2012. 

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