Lisa Remar,
The TVD First Date

“I was talking to someone the other day and it dawned on me that I would not have started making music if I only had access to Spotify.”

“The three LPs that I started my own vinyl collection with are Mariah Carey (Charm Bracelet), Jennifer Lopez (On the Six), Songs in A Minor (Alicia Keys)—I listened to their CDs religiously on my pink Walkman, so it was a no-brainer to get them in another format.

These artists in particular taught me how to sing. Vinyl really gives you the chance to immerse yourself in the music. I honestly don’t think I would have chosen music as a life without the intimacy of experiencing music the way the artist intended.

Personally, vinyl gave me the opportunity to actually think about the music and sit with it, paying attention to the details. Non-digital audio is still so important. Listeners are active in making the sound come out of the stereo and you actually get to touch it! Vinyl definitely makes me feel closer to the artist.

My dad has a massive vinyl collection that is composed of a lot of jazz and classic rock & roll. I remember listening to a lot of The Beatles, Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holliday. That’s where I discovered my love for jazz musicians and the Harlem Renaissance.

Those artists commanded the respect of the listener.”
Lisa Remar

“Fell Into,” the new single from Lisa Remar is taken from the EP “Still Good” which is in stores now.

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