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9 March 1975 (age 43)
Lisa Miskovsky (born March 9, 1975 in Obbola near Umeå) is a Swedish musician.
Lisa Miskovsky quickly placed herself on the Swedish rock music charts with her debut album Lisa Miskovsky and single Driving one of your cars with Swedish releases in 2001. Following this release, she received two Swedish Rock Bear awards; one for Best Swedish Newcomer, and the other for Best Swedish Female Artist of the Year.
She followed up her musical success forcefully with the album Fallingwater, released in 2003, quickly climbing to the very number one spots of Swedish pop charts, even reaching platinum sales. The album's success came greatly from two of its songs Lady Stardust and Sing To Me which both became hits.
Lisa´s third album was called Changes and it was released in august 2006. It sold gold after a couple of month and the singles Mary and Sweet Misery became both hits. Lisa received two Swedish Rock Bear awards, for Best Swedish Female Artist of 2006 and for Best Album 2006.
Some of her music was directed by Joakim Berg, also known as a songwriter for the Swedish rock band Kent, and Simon Nordberg.
Miskovsky is a songwriter as well as a singer and musician, and wrote the lyrics to Shape of Your Heart, performed by Backstreet Boys.
Miskovsky contributed vocals to the track "Dead End" on Come Clarity, the 2006 release from Swedish melodic death metal outfit In Flames. However, she does not actually appear in the band's special edition DVD included in Come Clarity. Instead she appears as "Her body double, 'the Mexican'", who is just a man in the studio with In Flames who sings her parts.
Besides the music, Miskovsky enjoys snowboarding, to the point of participating in the Swedish national snowboard team, and she's also known to be fond of ice hockey as well as surfing.
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