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Lisa Fischer - How Can I Ease The Pain - Music Video (1991)
Lisa Fischer - How Can I Ease The Pain - Music Video (1991)
Published: 2009/12/02
Channel: lneka
Lisa Fischer, How Can I Ease The Pain, Brooklyn, NY 8-7-14
Lisa Fischer, How Can I Ease The Pain, Brooklyn, NY 8-7-14
Published: 2014/08/07
Channel: extplay
Lisa Fischer - How Can I Ease The Pain (Album Version)
Lisa Fischer - How Can I Ease The Pain (Album Version)
Published: 2010/01/19
Channel: canesfinswhatelse
Ms. Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton Live
Ms. Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton Live
Published: 2017/01/26
Channel: Original Artists
2013 - The Rolling Stones feat. Lisa Fischer
2013 - The Rolling Stones feat. Lisa Fischer
Published: 2014/09/07
Channel: Dimitris Moraitis
Lisa Fischer Tribute USA VERSION
Lisa Fischer Tribute USA VERSION
Published: 2016/03/01
Channel: Caroline Lawson
Lisa Fischer - Last Goodbye
Lisa Fischer - Last Goodbye
Published: 2013/10/14
Channel: Tee Art
Lisa Fischer - Save Me (Official Music Video)
Lisa Fischer - Save Me (Official Music Video)
Published: 2014/11/20
Channel: Dean Kensler
GIMME SHELTER by ROLLINGS STONES W LISA FISHER
GIMME SHELTER by ROLLINGS STONES W LISA FISHER
Published: 2016/09/21
Channel: QBAN2010
Lisa Fischer at the 2017 Insight + Impact Benefit
Lisa Fischer at the 2017 Insight + Impact Benefit
Published: 2017/12/08
Channel: GarrisonInstitute
Gimme Shelter - Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton - City Recital Hall, Sydney 15-6-2016
Gimme Shelter - Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton - City Recital Hall, Sydney 15-6-2016
Published: 2016/06/16
Channel: TheAussiemusicman
Lisa Fischer - So Intense
Lisa Fischer - So Intense
Published: 2014/11/19
Channel: Life is Music
Lisa Fischer 💐 "How Can I Ease The Pain" [Soul Train June 15, 1991]
Lisa Fischer 💐 "How Can I Ease The Pain" [Soul Train June 15, 1991]
Published: 2014/09/09
Channel: VeryBerryCherry 🍒
Lisa Fischer "Save Me" live performance in 1991
Lisa Fischer "Save Me" live performance in 1991
Published: 2015/02/21
Channel: Sanuki Udon
Lisa Fischer Special Performance at
Lisa Fischer Special Performance at 'Twenty Feet From Stardom' Screening
Published: 2013/05/15
Channel: NapaValleyFilmFest
Lisa Fischer -- How Can I Ease The Pain (Live in Japan)
Lisa Fischer -- How Can I Ease The Pain (Live in Japan)
Published: 2008/03/02
Channel: legrandnj03
Lisa Fischer Full Vocal Range (A2 - G6) Live & Studio
Lisa Fischer Full Vocal Range (A2 - G6) Live & Studio
Published: 2016/03/05
Channel: Igor Daniel
Lisa Fischer - Didn
Lisa Fischer - Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)
Published: 2011/04/30
Channel: Japheth Sareno
Tina Turner & Lisa Fischer
Tina Turner & Lisa Fischer
Published: 2011/08/27
Channel: Kari Ditmars
How Can I Ease The Pain
How Can I Ease The Pain
Published: 2017/01/23
Channel: Lisa Fischer - Topic
The Rolling Stones feat. Lisa Fisher - Gimme Shelter
The Rolling Stones feat. Lisa Fisher - Gimme Shelter
Published: 2016/01/16
Channel: D I T S K Y H O U S E
Lisa Fischer in Studio q
Lisa Fischer in Studio q
Published: 2016/01/29
Channel: q on cbc
Patti Labelle & Lisa Fischer
Patti Labelle & Lisa Fischer
Published: 2009/04/15
Channel: Shannon Lewinsky
Lisa Fischer June  2016 complete interview
Lisa Fischer June 2016 complete interview
Published: 2016/06/27
Channel: Dave Lawrence
Lisa Fischer- How Can I Ease The Pain Live (Reaction)
Lisa Fischer- How Can I Ease The Pain Live (Reaction)
Published: 2017/06/05
Channel: ThatSingerReactions
Mariah Carey Vs Lisa Fischer Live Vocal Range
Mariah Carey Vs Lisa Fischer Live Vocal Range
Published: 2017/12/05
Channel: sentfromupabove
Lisa Fischer Beneath the Wings of an Angel
Lisa Fischer Beneath the Wings of an Angel
Published: 2014/06/19
Channel: ajack2boys
Lisa Fischer-Chain of a Broken Heart
Lisa Fischer-Chain of a Broken Heart
Published: 2009/12/03
Channel: TpuffBaBY
Bruce Springsteen & Lisa Fischer, "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out", Carnegie Hall, December 14, 2016
Bruce Springsteen & Lisa Fischer, "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out", Carnegie Hall, December 14, 2016
Published: 2016/12/15
Channel: Front Porch Movement
Lisa Fischer, Gimme Shelter, Brooklyn, NY 8-7-14
Lisa Fischer, Gimme Shelter, Brooklyn, NY 8-7-14
Published: 2014/08/07
Channel: extplay
Wildflower - Lisa Fischer
Wildflower - Lisa Fischer
Published: 2014/09/03
Channel: DeeLoveMusic
Lisa Fischer, Wild Horses, Brooklyn, NY 8-7-14
Lisa Fischer, Wild Horses, Brooklyn, NY 8-7-14
Published: 2014/08/07
Channel: extplay
Sting (and Lisa Fischer) with Chris Botti, Every Breath You Take
Sting (and Lisa Fischer) with Chris Botti, Every Breath You Take
Published: 2016/01/09
Channel: GL
MUST WATCH!!!!! Lisa Fischer How Can I Ease The Pain Live
MUST WATCH!!!!! Lisa Fischer How Can I Ease The Pain Live
Published: 2015/12/30
Channel: Rashaine Bean
Lisa Fischer - Message In a Bottle - at Dimitriou
Lisa Fischer - Message In a Bottle - at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley w/JC Maillard
Published: 2017/06/05
Channel: badtweed
hounds of winter - lisa fischer solo part
hounds of winter - lisa fischer solo part
Published: 2014/07/15
Channel: 최철홍
Lisa Fischer - Immigrant Song/Fragile - 3/26/17 - Wilbur Theatre - Boston
Lisa Fischer - Immigrant Song/Fragile - 3/26/17 - Wilbur Theatre - Boston
Published: 2017/03/27
Channel: Henry LaPierre
"How Can I Ease The Pain" (Lisa Fischer Cover) - Durand Bernarr
"How Can I Ease The Pain" (Lisa Fischer Cover) - Durand Bernarr
Published: 2013/06/24
Channel: Durand Bernarr
Lisa Fischer and Sasha Allen -Wild Horses Part 1( Passing The Torch)
Lisa Fischer and Sasha Allen -Wild Horses Part 1( Passing The Torch)
Published: 2016/11/17
Channel: Sherri Gagliardi
LISA FISCHER   HOW CAN I EASE THE PAIN
LISA FISCHER HOW CAN I EASE THE PAIN
Published: 2013/02/17
Channel: garrick anders
Rolling Stones - Monkey Man - Oakland
Rolling Stones - Monkey Man - Oakland '94
Published: 2011/10/26
Channel: taperdj
Lisa Fischer performing in Atlanta Oct. 28
Lisa Fischer performing in Atlanta Oct. 28
Published: 2017/10/25
Channel: Dileesa Archer
Lisa Fischer at her best - Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones - Las Vegas 05/11/13
Lisa Fischer at her best - Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones - Las Vegas 05/11/13
Published: 2013/05/13
Channel: berlinossi
Lisa Fischer with Grand Baton at SOPAC October 14, 2017
Lisa Fischer with Grand Baton at SOPAC October 14, 2017
Published: 2017/09/06
Channel: South Orange Performing Arts Center
Lisa Fischer ‎- So Intense
Lisa Fischer ‎- So Intense
Published: 2017/08/31
Channel: BigPeter86 Real Music Channel
How Can I Ease The Pain - Lisa Fischer (Lyrics)
How Can I Ease The Pain - Lisa Fischer (Lyrics)
Published: 2016/11/21
Channel: Emem LoBus
Lisa Fischer
Lisa Fischer
Published: 2017/10/27
Channel: Mary Ellen Peter
Addicted to Love- Lisa Fischer & Grand Bâton
Addicted to Love- Lisa Fischer & Grand Bâton
Published: 2017/07/01
Channel: Emily Rick
Billy Childs - " Map To The Treasure" (2014) - Feat. Lisa Fischer
Billy Childs - " Map To The Treasure" (2014) - Feat. Lisa Fischer
Published: 2014/09/11
Channel: darkmagusinlove
Meet Lisa Fischer
Meet Lisa Fischer
Published: 2014/01/23
Channel: Original Artists
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Lisa Fischer
Lisa Fischer Boulder Theater.jpg
Lisa Fischer performing at Boulder Theater, August 7th, 2016
Background information
Birth name Lisa Melonie Fischer
Born (1958-12-01) December 1, 1958 (age 59)
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • record producer
  • musician
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Years active 1983–present
Labels Elektra
Associated acts
Website lisafischermusic.com

Lisa Fischer (born December 1, 1958) is an American vocalist and songwriter. She rose to fame in 1991 with her debut album So Intense, which produced the Grammy Award–winning hit single "How Can I Ease the Pain". She has been a back-up singer for a number of famous artists, including Sting, Luther Vandross and Tina Turner, and has toured with The Rolling Stones since 1989, where her popularity with the fans has brought her to routinely duet with Mick Jagger on several songs when performing onstage.

Early life[edit]

Fischer was born in the Fort Greene neighborhood in the borough of Brooklyn, New York.[1] Fischer's mother gave birth to her at age 16 and had a total of three children by the time she was 19. At one point during her childhood, Fischer and her family lived off welfare and food stamps. Fischer attended The High School of Music & Art in Manhattan.[2] When Fischer was 14 her father left and at age 17 her mother died.[3] Fischer's love for singing was encouraged by her mother, a homemaker; father, a warehouse worker and security officer, and two younger brothers.[4]

In an interview with Christian Wikane of PopMatters, Fischer stated that she was influenced by Freda Payne, Marvin Gaye and Melba Moore, as well as others early in her childhood.[5] Before Fischer launched her solo work, she was greatly influenced by the LGBT community. Fischer has described the experience of developing a stage image that has adventure, quality, and beauty.

Career[edit]

1983–1989: Xena and The Rolling Stones[edit]

In 1983, under the stage name Xēna, Fischer released a Latin freestyle single, the electro classic "On the Upside".[6] In 1984, a club track she recorded titled "Only Love (Shadows)" was briefly featured in the motion picture Beat Street [7] and was later released in 1995 as part of the Hot Productions' The Best of Criminal Records compilation. However, Fischer began her music career supporting other artists providing backing vocals for artists including Melba Moore and Billy Ocean. She worked with many other famous singers, both as a session vocalist and sideman. She accompanied Luther Vandross whom she met through the mutual acquaintance of choreographer Bruce Wallace, who asked her to come to his agency for an audition.[8] Fischer then traveled as a backup singer on his tours and sang on his albums until his death, in addition to other famous musicians, including Chaka Khan, Teddy Pendergrass, and Roberta Flack.[9]

Fischer maintained her career as a session singer and continues to accompany The Rolling Stones on every one of their tours since 1989.[10] She worked as a backup vocalist during the same period for Luther Vandross for the 22 years prior to his death[11], having to juggle her time between his concert tours and those of The Rolling Stones, with whom she has a growing audience as she plays the foil to Mick Jagger onstage more and more frequently. There are songs that have become staples during tours with the Rolling Stones where she shares lead vocals, including "Monkey Man, and "Gimme Shelter", which showcase her vocal talents and are frequently on the set lists during their live concerts.

1990–1994: So Intense[edit]

So Intense album cover, 1991

Fischer's solo career peaked with the 1991 release of How Can I Ease the Pain from her album So Intense, which reached number one on the R&B charts and won her a Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance in 1992.[12] The album spawned three Top 20 R&B hits and peaked at #5 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and #100 on the Billboard 200 chart. When she was asked about the inspiration for her album, Fischer replied that "I wasn't deep in search of a record deal, it was just one of those things that happened". In the movie 20 Feet From Stardom, Fischer's Grammy award for her hit single collects dust on a shelf. Fischer said she "just doesn't know what to do with it."[13] Though Fischer found success with her first album, a follow-up solo studio album was not released as an attempt to create a second album failed due to “energy shifts”.[14]

However, Fischer continued to record music on various projects including providing lead vocals on the power ballad Colors of Love which was featured on the soundtrack for the film Made in America.[15] Fischer has stated a contributing factor in her decision to discontinue her solo career following the release of her debut album was her fondness for being a backing vocalist rather than a solo artist.[16] In a recent article, Fischer compared back-up singing to being a "tuning fork";[17] and noted she rejected the idea of never being satisfied and the theory of always aspiring for something more as she simply enjoyed creating music and supporting other artists.[18] In 1992, Fischer traveled to Japan to perform in the Earth Voice Concert with Lee Ritenour, Phil Perry, Bobby Caldwell, Brenda Russell, James Ingram, Michael McDonald, Anita Baker, and others. During the concert, Fischer sang her 1991 number-one R&B hit How Can I Ease The Pain and also provided backing vocals for her fellow musicians.

1996: Theatre[edit]

In August 1996, Fischer made her theatre debut in the off-Broadway play Born to Sing! which chronicled the life and career of the fictional gospel superstar, Doris Winter.[19] The final installment of the Mama, I Want to Sing! trilogy featured Fischer in the starring role of Doris Winter and followed the character as she assembled a company of fellow singers for the forthcoming international World Peace and Harmony Tour.[20]

1996–2013: Backup singing[edit]

Fischer performing in 2008

Lisa Fischer continued to work on music doing background vocals and she also is a songwriter for artist such as Anane Vega.[21] Fischer toured with Tina Turner on her Twenty Four Seven Tour. It was the worldwide top-grossing tour of 2000. She continued to sing backup for Tina Turner and The Rolling Stones as well as compose songs for herself and up-and-coming artists. Lisa was featured in an April 14, 2008 issue of Jet Magazine′s "Where Are They Now?" column.[22] In 2009, Fischer completed touring with Tina Turner on her Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour and she is featured on Turner's new live DVD-CD titled Tina Live. In the performance of Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour, in 2009, Fischer and Turner sing "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)" together and after Turner leaves the stage, Fischer completes the song solo.

Fischer sang on Sting's album If on a Winter's Night... as a backing vocalist. In September 2009, Sting and his band, plus Fischer, performed the songs live in Durham Cathedral. The rehearsals as well as the concert were filmed and were released as a DVD. The behind the scenes documentary surrounding the event was produced jointly by the BBC and was screened on December 29 that year. She appeared at the 2010 CareFusion Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, Rhode Island, where she was featured with jazz trumpeter Chris Botti. She continued to tour with Botti through 2010 [23], including appearing nightly as guest vocalist during the trumpeter's annual holiday engagement at the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City. She remained a guest artist with Botti's band in 2011[24] and continued to appear at their 2012 concerts.[25]

In 2012, she joined the Rolling Stones for their 50 & Counting Tour that began in October 2012 and toured internationally until July 2013. The band have announced that there will be a follow-up tour 14 ON FIRE. That was scheduled to start in February and they would be visiting the Middle East, Asia, and Europe in summer 2014, and Australia in the fall 2014.[26]

In 2013, Fischer joined the rock band Nine Inch Nails as a backing vocalist for their Tension 2013 tour.[27][28]

2013–2014: 20 Feet from Stardom[edit]

Fischer singing with Jagger and The Rolling Stones during their Fifty and Counting Tour, in Boston Mass., June 12, 2013

Fischer is one of the main artists featured in the Oscar-winning documentary film 20 Feet from Stardom (2013)[29] , which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was released on June 21, 2013.[30] The documentary highlights often unheralded minority women backup singers by archiving the oral histories of artists like Merry Clayton and Darlene Love and their experiences within the American music industry.[31] The film also won the 2015 Grammy Award for Best Music Film, with the award being presented to the featured artists as well as the production crew.[32]

In 2014, Fischer reunited with many of the backup singers in 20 Feet From Stardom including Darlene Love, Merry Clayton, and Judith Hill to sing the national anthem at the 100th Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.[33]

2014–Present: Solo Career[edit]

Fischer performing with JC Maillard in 2016

In 2014, Fischer began her solo tour accompanied by her backup band the trio Grand Baton[34]; and together they have performed in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.[35][36][37][38] That same year it was announced Fischer would collaborate with performer Billy Childs on a studio project paying tribute to Laura Nyro's musical talent and life.[39] Upon returning to her solo career after singing back-up for major artists and groups, in 2015 Lisa Fischer also sold out six consecutive shows at The Jazz Standard in New York City.[40]

Fischer has also been engaged with various forms of dance throughout her career. In 2015, she along with her musical director, the composer, arranger, and pianist JC Maillard, collaborated with choreographer Alonzo King to create the music/dance ensemble piece entitled The Propelled Heart for the Alonzo King LINES Ballet.[41] The Propelled Heart premiered at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on November 6, 2015.[42] In September 2017, Fischer reprised her role in The Propelled Heart at the Kwai Tsing Theatre in Hong Kong[43] and the program also returned to the SF Bay Area's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in November 2017 in honor of the 35th Anniversary of LINES Ballet.[44]

In addition to her collaboration with King, Fischer has continued to work with various musicians and artists in recent years. In 2016, she provided vocal performances on three Grammy nominated projects[45] including Louie Vega Starring...XXVIII with Louie Vega and The Elements of Life;[46] Sing Me Home with Yo-Yo Ma, The Silkroad Ensemble, and Gregory Porter;[47] as well as New York Rhapsody with Lang Lang and Jeffrey Wright.[48]

Fischer and Grand Baton will partner with The Seattle Symphony for a new musical program entitled Just A Kiss Away in February 2018 in which rock music anthems such as The Rolling Stone’s Gimme Shelter will be recreated from an orchestral perspective.[49]

Discography[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album Details Peak Chart Positions
US US R&B
So Intense 100[50] 5[51]
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Tours[edit]

Year(s) Tour Artist(s) Role
1985 I Feel for You Tour Chaka Khan Backing Vocalist
1985 - 1986 The Night I Fell in Love Tour Luther Vandross Backing Vocalist
1987 Give Me the Reason Tour Luther Vandross Backing Vocalist
1988 Any Love World Tour Luther Vandross Backing Vocalist
1989 - 1990 Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour The Rolling Stones Backing Vocalist
1990 Best of Love Tour Luther Vandross Backing Vocalist
1991 The Power of Love Tour Luther Vandross Backing Vocalist
1993 - 1994 Never Let Me Go World Tour Luther Vandross Backing Vocalist
1994 - 1995 Voodoo Lounge Tour The Rolling Stones Backing Vocalist
1997 Your Secret Love World Tour Luther Vandross Backing Vocalist
1997 - 1998 Bridges to Babylon Tour The Rolling Stones Backing Vocalist
1999 No Security Tour The Rolling Stones Backing Vocalist
2000 Twenty Four Seven Tour Tina Turner Backing Vocalist
2001 - 2002 Take You Out Tour Luther Vandross Backing Vocalist
2002 BK Got Soul Tour Luther Vandross Backing Vocalist
2002 - 2003 Licks Tour The Rolling Stones Backing Vocalist
2005 - 2007 A Bigger Bang Tour The Rolling Stones Backing Vocalist
2008 - 2009 Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour Tina Turner Backing Vocalist
2010 - 2012 Chris Botti Tour Chris Botti Lead Vocalist
2012 - 2013 50 & Counting Tour The Rolling Stones Backing Vocalist
2013 Louie Vega & The Elements of Life (EOL) Louie Vega Lead Vocalist
2013 Tension 2013 Nine Inch Nails Backing Vocalist
2014 14 On Fire Tour The Rolling Stones Backing Vocalist
2014–Present Ms. Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton Tour Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton Lead Vocalist
2015 Zip Code Tour The Rolling Stones Backing Vocalist

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result
1992 Soul Train Music Award Best New Artist So Intense Nominated
1992 Soul Train Music Award Best R&B/Soul Single – Female "How Can I Ease the Pain" Won
1992 Soul Train Music Award Best R&B/Soul Album – Female So Intense Nominated
1992 Grammy Award Best Female R&B Vocal Performance "How Can I Ease the Pain" Won
1992 Grammy Award Best R&B Song "How Can I Ease the Pain" Nominated
2014 Grammy Award Best Music Film 20 Feet from Stardom Won

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Genre Role
2008 Shine a Light (film) Documentary Herself
2013 20 Feet from Stardom Documentary Herself
2017 Every Night’s a Saturday Night Documentary Herself
2017 The Rolling Stones - From The Vault: Sticky Fingers Live at The Fonda Theatre 2015 Documentary Herself

Theatre[edit]

Year Show[52] Role Notes[53]
1996 Born to Sing! Doris Winter Union Square Theatre
August 1996 – January 1997

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