Lisa Faye Beatty

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Lisa Fay Beatty
Born(1964-10-15)October 15, 1964
DiedNovember 25, 2011(2011-11-25) (aged 47)
Mentone, California
GenresPunk rock
Associated acts7 Year Bitch

Lisa Fay Beatty (October 15, 1964 – November 25, 2011) was best known for her involvement in the band 7 Year Bitch. She replaced the guitarist Roisin Dunne in 1997. The band later broke up the same year. She was killed in a traffic collision in November 2011.[1]

Lisa also toured with her band Mudwimin,[2][3] she sound engineered for bands like The Gits, 7 Year Bitch, and Smoochknob.[4] She is acknowledged in the thanks portion of the 2005 film The Gits as Lisa Fae Beatty (sic).[5] Some list her as Lisa Faye Beatty but her own Facebook page spells her name Lisa Fay. She collaborated with numerous artists including Gossip, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, and Iggy Pop.[6][7]


Other Compilations[edit]

  • "Damn Good And Well" on Rough Cuts: The Best Of Rough Trade Publishing, 1991-1995 (Rough Trade Publishing, 1997).
  • "Rock-A-Bye Baby" on She's A Rebel (Beloved/Shanachie Records, 1997).
  • "Shake Appeal" on We Will Fall: The Iggy Pop Tribute (Royalty Records, 1997).
  • "M.I.A." on Whatever: The 90's Pop & Culture Box (Flying Rhino Records/WEA, 2005).
  • "The Scratch" on Sleepless In Seattle: The Birth Of Grunge (LiveWire Recordings, 2006).[8]


  • 1995 Not Bad for a Girl: credited as Lisa Fay
  • 2005 The Gits: thanked as Lisa Fae Beatty (sic)


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  2. ^ "Mudwimin". Retrieved 30 March 2018.
  3. ^ "Lisa Fay Discography". Retrieved 30 March 2018.
  4. ^ Skinner, Marjorie. "Lisa Fay". The Portland Mercury. Retrieved 30 March 2018.
  5. ^ "Lisa Faye Beatty". IMDB.
  6. ^ Beatty, Lisa Fay. "Lisa Fay Beatty". Retrieved 30 March 2018.
  7. ^ Beatty, Lisa Fay. "Lisa Fay discography". Retrieved 30 March 2018.
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