Lisa Fitzgibbon

With a back-catalogue of four self produced albums, and a monumental touring history, UK based Australian singer-songwriter LISA FITZGIBBON has forged an independent path throughout her musical career.

Lisa’s story starts in a small, out-back mining town in western NSW, Australia. She moved North, to study Voice at the Southern Cross University-Contemporary Music College (Lismore), then on to Bondi Beach, before landing in London in 1992.
As lead singer and songwriter for The POWERFOLK QUARTET the band have performed at many prestigious venues and festivals including Glastonbury, the Cambridge Folk Festival, WOMAD and the London Shepherds Bush Empire.

Lisa’s touring has taken her around the world, sharing stages with musical legends such as: Ani Di Franco, Arlo Guthrie, Roger McGuinn, Chris Difford, The Waifs, & Martyn Hayes and Denis Cahil, just to name a few.
Lisa’s songwriting has lead her into the wild world of collaborative music production, having penned and pitched songs for the likes of Leona Lewis & Kylie with her Pro7ect team.
PRO7ECT Songwriting and Music Production Collective is a community built and designed to facilitate musical co-creation in an international arena.