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Interview with Lisa Nicole

  • Broadcast in Country Music
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As the 2015 winner of the BC Country Music Association/Music BC Artist Development Project, Lisa Nicole is poised to become the West Coast darling of the Canadian Country music scene with the release of her breakthrough EP Come Find Me.

Hailing from the mountains and nature of small-town Castlegar, British Columbia, Lisa Nicole grew up hunting, fishing, camping and embracing country music. As her authentic Country upbringing was sprinkled with the sweet sounds of Shania Twain, Martina McBride, and the Dixie Chicks, she discovered her own love of singing at the age of 8. By 15, she was playing regular jam sessions at Kootenay-area bars, which required her to be escorted on and off stage due to her underage status.

In 2013, she made a strong entrance into the Canadian Country music industry with her debut EP It Got Ugly. She promoted the release with a coast-to-coast radio tour, including a showcase at the 2013 Canadian Country Music Association Awards. 

Lisa Nicole’s hot streak has only continued with the release of her 2016 radio single Where Love Goes to Die and her sophomore EP Come Find Me produced by Tom McKillip and Carly McKillip. Inspired by her recent personal journeys, Come Find Me will be supported by a national tour that will invite fans new and old to discover the talents of this Canadian Country music artist.