Lisa Serice is a singer, songwriter, performer, school teacher, fitness practitioner, and certified AntiGravity Yoga instructor.
She has lived and performed all over the US.
Before the podcast...
Tell us about a moment when the Universe called and you answered?
A new friend randomly gave me a 4 track recorder, and songs fell out of me!
What makes you “seriously” different?
My ability to consistently find light in darkness
What was the dumbest thing you ever did (or almost did) to fit in?
Believing that being a grown up or responsible meant being serious all the time.
What’s a “fuck yeah! I did it!” moment?
When the band hit the first chord of my song Storm in the recording studio. I cried like a baby.
Glenda could have told Dorothy
there was power in the shoes,
but she really had to
take that journey herself.
On the podcast...
- What it takes to be a Modern Day Dorothy
- How to find our very own X-Men
- How to do what you love, when you love so many things
- What gets in the way of singing your heart's song
- What are homemade prison cells
Girl Friday is Houston based singer songwriter Lisa Serice. Combining traditional, contemporary, and alternative acoustic, rock, and synthed sounds, her music is lyric driven, harmony infused, and designed to draw the listener into the musical poetry of the story. Notable venues played are the landmark Bitter End in NYC, Lestat’s in San Diego, House of Blues in Dallas, and Dosey Doe in The Woodlands as well as a variety of wine bars and coffee shops around Houston.
Girl Friday is also a national songwriter for the Songs of Love Foundation, writing customized tunes for critically ill children nationwide and a volunteer for TONIC bringing live music to the bedsides of pediatric oncology patients at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston. Her EP’s Light of the Moon and Songbird can be found on iTunes and Spotify.
Off paper, she's a lover of kitchen dance parties, and believes that kindness, compassion and the "f" word can bring light and freedom to all!