Lissa Hart is no stranger to the Music Industry. Growing up in Arkansas, Lissa had always dreamed of being a Professional Country Music Singer.
After finishing school, she moved St. Louis, to begin her dream. After a few years of performing with Nick Nixon and having her own bands, someone mentioned she should be in Branson. She decided to give it a try and soon landed a job as a backup singer for Andy Williams at the Moon River Theater, for one year. While working for Andy Williams, she also appeared on the Tony Orlando Show and performed his favorite song.
Later she went to work as Comedian/Singer with Presley’s Country Jubilee, during the Christmas Show ’94. Then went to work in Group Sales for Moe Bandy, after 6 years, he decided to leave Branson, so she started Group Sales for a hotel, she also performed Southern Gospel and some Classic Country in the breakfast room and performed Classic Country, in Lampe, MO, at the Ozark Mountain Resort.
Lissa has performed in many Tribute Shows and Traveling Country Western Music Shows. In 2012, she decided to move to Nashville, to continue her dream.
She appeared on the Ernest Tubb’s Texas Trubador Theater. Also, won several contests while in Nashville. Ready to record her first album, Lissa spent a year looking for music to put on her new album, she says, “I’m not a poet and I know it, I don’t write, I just sing other people’s songs.” After looking for a year for material for this project, she ran into a friend, Kent Goodson (former keyboard player for George Jones). She told him she wanted to record a Classic Country CD, he mention he had a song he wrote called “Take Me To Heart”, she listened to it and decided to record it. Take Me To Heart carries traditional values of “True Country” music. Soon after the release of Take Me To Heart, she recorded a One Hundred Years from Now written by Richard C. Gunter.