Lisa Loeb, a best-selling recording artist, has dedicated her life to music, art, and inspiring and empowering others. A touring artist, author, and philanthropist, she started her career with the platinum-selling #1 hit song “Stay (I Missed You)” from the film Reality Bites. A trail-blazing independent artist, Loeb was the first musician to have a #1 single while not signed to a recording contract. She followed with other hit singles and the albums Cake and Pie and No Fairy Tale, among others.
Lisa Loeb continues to craft irresistible pop songs for the 21st century, while also designing Lisa Loeb Eyewear, writing children’s books, and supporting nonprofit causes. The Los Angeles-based mother of two is well known to parents and kids for her albums Catch the Moon and Camp Lisa (with sales benefiting the Camp Lisa Foundation). She recently cowrote the children’s musical, Camp Kappawanna, which debuted at New York City’s Atlantic Theater Company. Recognizing her work to help kids get to summer camp, the American Camp Association, New England, named Lisa Loeb the 2015 Camp Champions Honoree with a gala celebration at Fenway Park.
Her recent film and television appearances include John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight, About a Boy, Hot Tub Time Machine 2, and King of The Nerds. Her song “321 Let Go” is featured in the 2015 motion picture Helicopter Mom.