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Lisa Harriton is a British rock musician, who became a keyboardist and back-up vocalist with the Grammy-award winning alternative rock band, The Smashing Pumpkins in 2007. She is also a singer/songwriter serving up a soulful blend of pop infused with jazz and world influences. Her music ranges from introspective ballads to infectious grooves, which she leads from the keyboard. Lisa began working as a studio singer at age 8 on dates for Disney, Integrity Media and Word Records. She sang the preproduction duet vocals on Rod Stewart’s “Great American Songbook.”

Lisa Rae Harriton graduated with distinction from the Royal Schools of London with a degree in classical piano. Lisa received a degree in Jazz Piano from University of Southern California in May 2004, where she studied privately with Alan Pasqua, one of the premier jazz pianists in the world today. She has performed her music internationally, gigging in China, Japan and Peru.

For several years, Lisa played the Los Angeles jazz club scene, drawing a growing following with eclectic sets interspersing jazz with her own original songs influenced by role models like Shawn Colvin, Patti Griffin and Alison Krauss.

During this time, Lisa also moonlighted as a jazz pianist, gigging and/or recording with veteran jazz musicians such as Ernie Watts, Joe LaBarbara, Darek Oles, Ingrid Jensen and Larry Koonse. As a leader, Lisa has been graced to work with a number of remarkable L.A. studio musicians, including sidemen for Liz Phair, Aqualung, Cary Brothers and Tyler Hilton.

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