Welcome To SURVIVORville Night to Feature Artist Lisa Brokop - Women Survivors Alliance
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Welcome To SURVIVORville Night to Feature Artist Lisa Brokop

Welcome To SURVIVORville Night to Feature Artist Lisa Brokop


SURVIVORville welcomes Lisa Brokop to the stage! Formerly of Capitol Records, Lisa has two critically acclaimed albums, the Canadian-certified Gold record “Every Little Girl’s Dream” and the self-titled “Lisa Brokop.”  The latter garnered hits such as “Give Me a Ring Sometime,” “Take That,” “Before He Kissed Me,” and “She Can’t Save Him.” In 1995, the prestigious Academy of Country Music recognized Lisa with an award nomination for Top New Female Vocalist.

In 1998, Lisa signed with Sony Nashville/Columbia Records and released “When You Get To Be You,” featuring the hit singles “What’s Not To Love,” “How Do I Let Go,” and the top-10 smash hit “Better Off Broken.”  

A Canadian independent album saw Lisa recognized with a series of Canadian Country Music Awards, including two nods for Independent Song of the Year for the hits “Something Undeniable” and “I’d Like to See You Try,” and three consecutive trophy wins for Independent Female Artist of the Year.

In 2004, Lisa signed with Curb/Asylum Records and released a breathtaking collection of songs entitled “Hey, Do You Know Me.” From the poignant title track to classic ballads like “Just a Girl” and “Try Me Again Around Midnight,” Lisa crafted an album that she was truly proud of – a perfect combination of compelling music and gripping lyrics.

Brokop’s seventh album, “Beautiful Tragedy,” was released in August 2008 on the independent Ellbea Records label and featured the top-20 hit “Break It.” Eleven of the album’s twelve tracks were co-written by Brokop and all tracks were produced by Brokop and her husband Paul Jefferson. 

In 2014, Lisa enjoyed more Canadian radio chart success with her songs “Let It Burn” and “Me If You Can” produced by the amazing and talented artist Carolyn Dawn Johnson.