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Topic: Interviews with Lisa Loeb

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Lisa on TV
Posted by: admin on Monday, January 16, 2006 - 07:01 AM
Interviews with Lisa Loeb Lisa will be appearing live on these TV stations on Thursday January 19:
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Note: thanks to Tea for the info
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notes from Lisa: Lisa Loeb promises singing, chatting, maybe even a recipe
Posted by: admin on Sunday, October 23, 2005 - 04:29 PM
Interviews with Lisa Loeb Lisa Loeb promises singing, chatting, maybe even a recipe
Friday, October 14, 2005
Jeff Hagan
Special to The Plain Dealer
Lisa Loeb, the singer-songwriter with the smart-girl eyeglasses and a monster hit before she even had a record label, comes to the Winchester in Lakewood tonight. The literature major hit big with the Grammy-nominated "Stay (I Missed You)," from the soundtrack to "Reality Bites." While that 1994 movie worried itself over the meaning of the word "irony," Loeb doesn't: she covers heavy-metal songs, covets music from glitzy Vegas cheese-fests, appoints her kitchen in pink appliances, had a Food Network show with her ex, Dweezil Zappa, and has been known to do a little song-and-dance on variety stages in Los Angeles, where she lives.


Note: source ---> http://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/plaindealer/index.ssf?/base/friday/1129282827204760.xml&coll=2&thispage=3
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Lisa will be appearing Live on the Air on WQKL
Posted by: Lightning on Thursday, October 06, 2005 - 03:15 PM
Interviews with Lisa Loeb Lisa will be appearing Live on the Air on WQKL, Tuesday October 11 at 2pm. Check out www.annarbors107one.com.

Note: As posted on LisaLoeb.com
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Lisa will be onKZYR Monday morning (Aug 29)
Posted by: admin on Sunday, August 21, 2005 - 01:35 PM
Interviews with Lisa Loeb Lisa will be onKZYR Monday morning (Aug 29) in Beaver Creek, CO

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notes from Lisa: brown's own firecracker
Posted by: admin on Friday, July 15, 2005 - 01:21 PM
Interviews with Lisa Loeb brown's own firecracker
adrian muniz catches up with lisa loeb on her way back home to providence
By Adrian Muniz
Published: Thursday, April 21, 2005
Article Tools: Page 1 of 4

BY ADRIAN MUNIZ

When people brag about where they went to school, usually one of the first things that come up in conversation are famous alumni. Kids at all of the Ivies definitely boast of alums of the highest ranks in the eyes of all Americans. Harvard boasts Henry David Thoreau, Columbia has that kid from "Third Rock from the Sun" and Julia Stiles, and Yale... well, there's something to be said for the fact that even C-students at Yale can become president.

But here at Brown, while we may lag behind our Ivy sibling schools in the realms of endowment, facilities, graduate programs and sports ability, we at least have a roster of famous alumni that keep our image mighty and proud. Among them, Ted Turner (who never really graduated), Sidney Frank (who never really graduated), and my personal favorite, Lisa Loeb '90.


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Lisa comments on cupcake blog
Posted by: admin on Friday, July 15, 2005 - 11:14 AM
Interviews with Lisa Loeb Name: Lisa Loeb
Age: 37
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Occupation: songwriter/musician
URL: www.LisaLoeb.com

How often do you eat cupcakes?

As often as I can. Usually once every three weeks, although when I'm at a cupcake store, or a bakery, I usually get one of each kind to try. Cupcakes, like donuts, are to be eaten in bulk, with a little knife to take a piece of each one, then take seconds of favorites. The knife is also helpful in scraping off the extra icing. Sometimes I have to eat the extra icing after the fact. (Don't want to waste.)

What's the best thing about eating cupcakes?

Cupcakes look cute. The texture of the firm (hopefully not too soft/shortening) icing on top and the fluffy cake underneath. It's that combination of the texture and flavor. The worst part is when it's over, desperately scraping the dregs off of the wax paper cups with my teeth.


Note: Thanks to rachelkb for the info

link to orriginal post --> http://cupcakestakethecake.blogspot.com/2005/07/lisa-loeb-takes-our-cupcake-interview.html
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The way it is for Loeb
Posted by: admin on Friday, June 10, 2005 - 10:59 AM
Interviews with Lisa Loeb The way it is for Loeb
Jeff Burkhart - IJ correpondent



Take one part Grammy nominee, add a No. 1 hit single, stir in a bit of "Spider-Man's" girlfriend (in cartoon form), add a Food Network cooking show and you have the cottage industry that is Lisa Loeb.

Saturday, its bespeckled CEO will play an acoustic set at the 21st annual Novato Art, Wine & Music Festival, which through the course of the weekend also will feature musical acts Marshall Crenshaw, Jorge Santana, The Neighborhood Nobodies, The Bret Douglas Band and Bluesion. Off stage, visitors may sample fine wines and gourmet treats and mingle while looking at fine art and crafts.


Note: orriginaly posted at http://www.marinij.com/searchresults/ci_2792550
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THE DAILY TARGUM, April 25
Posted by: admin on Sunday, May 08, 2005 - 02:47 PM
Interviews with Lisa Loeb THE DAILY TARGUM, April 25
By Brent Johnson / Managing Editor

Major record companies had already shown interest in Lisa Loeb by the time she moved to New York in the early 1990s.

Ethan Hawke helped her seal the deal.

Loeb was living in an apartment across the street from the future Oscar-nominated actor, often writing music for his theater company. He would often stop by one of her shows.

Note: Thanks to LisaFan for posting
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Songwriter crafts warm lyrics using intellectual approach
Posted by: Lightning on Wednesday, April 13, 2005 - 11:26 AM
Interviews with Lisa Loeb Songwriter crafts warm lyrics using intellectual approach
By Regis Behe
TRIBUNE-REVIEW
Monday, April 11, 2005


Lisa Loeb admits she doesn't have an "American Idol" type of voice. But if you had to choose between Loeb and any of the contestants on "Idol" to sing one song to mend or break your heart, the 37-year-old singer would win hands down.
Not that Loeb, who visits Club Cafe on Wednesday, takes anything for granted.


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notes from Lisa: interview by indie-Music
Posted by: admin on Sunday, April 10, 2005 - 03:18 PM
Interviews with Lisa Loeb 1. What has most influenced you musically, and why?

One of the things that's influenced me musically was my experience at Brown University. I was surrounded by musicians that I really admired, and felt challenged to come up with music, lyrics, and recordings that stood up to the expectations of those musicians and myself, of course. At the same time, I had a great audience at Brown; supportive students and fans who always wanted to hear original songs. I think that the combination of support and challenge still makes me always challenge myself and push myself musically and lyrically, but at the same time, the memory of that support as well as the current support of my fans gives me a safe place to play my music.



By Jennifer Layton

2. What is your all-time favorite piece of musical gear, and why?

My all time favorite piece of musical gear is my Taylor 512-C guitar. A custom guitar, ordered by Matt Umanov in NYC for his store on Bleecker St., it sounds great, it's easy to play with it's great action and thinnish neck, and was the first real professional acoustic guitar that I owned. In the studio, it can sound like a large/round/bassy guitar with a lot of definition on the upper end, and it stays in tune (underrated quality), and it's very playable.



3. What was the best show you ever played, and why?

Hmm. That's an interesting question. The shows are so different from each other, depending on whether I play with my band, Nine Stories, other musicians, an orchestra, only one or two members of my band, acoustically... I think that one of my favorites was at Cafe du Nord in San Francisco. I was playing an acoustic show, Ronny Crawford, the drummer in my band came up to do a couple of songs with me, and hours later, we finally finished. There was such a great connection between Ronny and me - playing the songs in a way that hadn't been done before, and a close connection with the audience - they kept requesting songs, which we played. I love when a show plays itself, in a way. The set list disappears, we get to play music, and the audience gets a unique experience that no other audience will ever hear again.

4. Looking back, is there anything you would do differently in your career?

I think I would have started collaborating more, earlier in my career. I learn so much from writing with other musicians, asking questions about their playing style and gear, and hanging out, too.

5. How do you keep your chops up?

I keep my chops up by practicing the parts that I've written for guitar - a friend of mine once told me that I can't screw up when I play my own music. I also take voice lessons, play other peoples' songs out of music books, and occasionally figure out how to play other people's music from records. This keeps my ears, fingers, and mind working.



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