With her debut album "Goin' Your Way" due out early next year and having teamed up with Grammy nominated producer Rob Mounsey and trumpet legend Lew Soloff to record and create it, Lisa Gary, a pop singer-songwriter from New York, has already established a number of strong connections in the industry she is proud to be a part of.
As a member of a musical family, Gary started out playing classical trumpet at the age of nine and, as she went on to discover the joys of jazz, she also found her voice. From there she attended McGill University's Schulich School of Music in Montreal, studying vocal jazz, before turning her attentions to writing and performing original pop songs, taking inspiration from indie, folk and funk music.
Beginning with a reggae style introduction, "Good Love", the premiere release from Gary's debut album, will have toes tapping and hands clapping within seconds before her beautifully soft vocal kicks in. Simple, catchy lyrics help make the song worthy of repeat listens and will get anyone in the mood for a night out or an evening of dancing - perfect with Christmas and New Year just around the corner. Summer might have come and gone, but with this track, Gary helps keep the positive, bright vibes coming just a little longer.