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Lisa Crouch - Powerhouse Divas

Morning Melodies

A versatile and energetic performer, Lisa is capable of delivering the most moving ballad to the raunchiest rock song. Her persona on stage relates to any age and she brings her own brand of comedy to her performances. Lisa is an experienced artist with a wide range of performing skills to her credit. She began her career at the Newcastle Conservatorium and has gone on to perform in musicals, jingles, cabaret shows and on cruise liners.

Lisa is in high demand on the cabaret, corporate and cruise circuits. She is a regular performer on Cunard, Princess Cruises and P&O Australia. Lisa has toured nationally and internationally with her solo cabaret show and regularly performs her production shows throughout Sydney – “Powerhouse Divas”, “Experience the Divine – An Tribute to Bette Midler”, and “Red Suits and Reindeers”. “Powerhouse Divas” was launched 2006 and is still a very popular choice. In 2018, Lisa launched her new show “Constant Craving – A tribute to KD Lang”. She also performs with her six piece retro band “Dig This” and her musical duo “Just Jammin”.

Professional engagements include the Lyric Theatre Company’s Production of “Sunday in the Park with George”, “Leader of the Pack” at The Hills Centre, Sydney Food and Wine Fair, support act for Johnny Tillotson, and backing singer for Kate Ceberano and James Reyne. In addition, Lisa has featured in many jingles and voice overs for several leading companies including Gregory Jewellers, Everyday Living, Noni B, Sydney Hi Fi , and Mounties.

Lisa is a recording artist in her own right, having released 7 albums. “Just a Call Away”, her second original album, has received high accolades throughout the Australia, the US and UK.

Lisa is one of Australia’s finest multi-award winning entertainers and her outstanding talent has been recognised by the Entertainment Industry at a variety of events including the Australian Club Entertainment Awards and the “MO” Awards.

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Thursday 4th July