Lisa Papineau

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Lisa Papineau, Auditório Ibirapuera, São Paulo, Brazil.

Lisa Papineau is a songwriter from New England. She has released three solo albums and is songwriter and vocalist for Los Angeles band Big Sir. A fourth solo album is scheduled for release in 2018. Papineau is a frequent collaborator of Japanese composer Jun Miyake and has also loaned her vocals and/ or songwriting to other bands, including Air, M83, Halo Orbit, ME & LP, Jam Da Silva, Dinho Ouro Preto, Anubian Lights, Farflung, P.O.D., Omar Rodríguez-López, Scapegoat Wax, Scenario Rock, Arman Méliès, Mandrake, Sissy Bar and Crooked Cowboy and the Freshwater Indians.

Papineau received initial recognition when her band, Pet, co-founded with composer Tyler Bates, was featured on The Crow: City of Angels soundtrack, and then the Blue Note Records soundtrack for the film The Last Time I Committed Suicide. Pet's self-titled album was executive-produced by Tori Amos.

Papineau suffers from multiple sclerosis.[1][2]



External links[edit]

  1. ^ "Big Sir talks about creating a new album in the face of illness". LA Times Blogs - Pop & Hiss. 2012-02-24. Retrieved 2018-04-09. 
  2. ^ "Video Premiere: Lisa Papineau - Rainmaker | Folk Radio". Folk Radio Music Magazine - Folk, Acoustic, Americana, Alternative. 2013-10-30. Retrieved 2018-04-09.