Lisa Bouchelle Tops 1 Million Streams With "Lipstick Tomboy"
originally published: 08/20/2017
Lipstick Tomboy, the latest EP release from rising Americana /Alt-Country artist Lisa Bouchelle, has now surpassed 1.1 million streams on Spotify, with over 35,000 monthly listeners. A video for the first single, a duet with John Popper of Blues Traveler called “Only The Tequila Talkin’,” has garnered over 100,000 views on YouTube.
A national tour to support the release will begin in October, as Bouchelle will hit the road with fellow Americana artist Martin Sexton. The tour will hit most major east coast cities. She will be heading to the Midwest, south, and west coast in the near future as well.
Lipstick Tomboy has received airplay on notable Triple A radio stations such as WXPN in Philadelphia and KCSN in Los Angeles, as well as on SiriusXM on Little Steven’s Underground Garage. It was awarded the Disc of The Day prize by legendary MusicRow columnist and tastemaker Robert Oermann; was the “Catch of The Day” on K-LAW 101 “Oklahoma’s Best Country;” the “Breakthrough Artist Of The Week” on KICK 97.9 “Today’s Best Country;” held its own when pitted against Garth Brooks on New Music Smackdown Tuesday on Cat Country 98.7; was a featured video on the M Music and Musicians Magazine website; was the featured monthly video in New Jersey Stage Magazine; and a Top 20 Download on the Daily Play MPE Chart.
Bouchelle has sung backup for Bruce Springsteen, dueted in concert with Jon Bon Jovi on his hit “Who Says You Can’t Go Home,” and toured with and/or opened for Meat Loaf, Blues Traveler, Ingrid Michaelson, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, America, Bryan Adams, Don Felder of The Eagles, The Wailers, Kansas, Train, and many others.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
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(Appearing with Martin Sexton)
October 13 - Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown, NY
October 14 - Landmark on Main Street, Port Washington, NY
October 20 - World Cafe Live, Philadelphia, PA
October 22 - The Hamilton, Washington, DC
October 27 - The Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT
October 28 - Auru, Portland, ME
November 3 - The Bergen PAC, Englewood, NJ
November 4 - Cathedral of St. Joseph, Brooklyn, NY
November 11 - Infinity Hall, Norfolk, CT
December 1 - Iron Works, Buffalo, NY
December 2 - Club Helsinki, Hudson, NY
December 16 - The Wilber Theater, Boston, MA
Photo by Robert Eberle
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