About Lisa C. Pollock
sherman oaks, CA
Lisa C. Pollock was born the June Dairy Baby in a small farming community in Idaho.
Lisa C. wrote her first song at five, won her first songwriting contest at fifteen, and performed at New York City’s Carnegie Hall by sixteen.
At eighteen Lisa C. left home and moved to San Diego California. She settled in and quickly took the "Coffee House Circuit" by storm.
She joined forces with Thomas Lee to form the band Taylor Street. Taylor Street released their independent Album “4250 block” in 2002 which sold over 1,000 copies in the first six months.
Lisa C. released her solo album “All that Remains” in 2005 which feature
songs that won her awards such as; the COSA Song of the year 1998 and
2006 and The San Diego Songwriters Guild award 2005.
In 2005 she met Grammy award winning songwriter/producer Charlie
Midnight. Lisa C. collaborated with Charlie and other talented writers which
include Buck Johnson, Kevin Declue and Joel Soyffer.
Her album features the tracks "Good Will" and "Don't Tell Me" which are currently receiving airplay in OR, CA and various internet stations.
Lisa C. is currently working with acclaimed blues artist BB Chung King and is featured on Mark Stuart and The Bastard Sons latest album "Bend in The Road".
In November of 2009 Lisa C. Pollock's video for her song "All That Remains" was chosen for The KLOS 95.5 FM Mark and Brian Show's "Top LA Bands contest". In October 2010 Lisa C. opened for country star Jo Dee Messina.
You can catch Lisa C. Performing on the Hollywood circuit; The Whiskey A Go-Go, Molly Malones, The Viper Room, The House of Blues, The Mint, The Derby, Genghis Cohen, Room 5, The Rainbow and various other venues.
Lisa C. Pollock was described by Chuck Deluxe of The San Diego Troubadour as being “…A heartfelt, street-wise folk poet…” Ben Salmon of Go! Magazine says
"Pollock is indie in the true sense of the word..she believes in what she's doing, and she's going to do it whether or not some company offers to help."