Lisa Nicole is promoting her new single 'Do You Like That'

Castlegar country singer touring BC and Alberta this summer

LIsa Nicole is touring to promote her new single "Do You Like That"

Betsy Kline

 

Castlegar News

 

Castlegar country singer Lisa Nicole is having a busy summer.

After completing shows at the Calgary Stampede and the Element Club in Castlegar last week, she will be spending the rest of the month touring all over B.C. and Alberta. With eight more shows to go, her travels will take her to the Alberta cities of Banff, Edson, Grand Prairie and Peace River and the British Columbia cities of Dawson Creek, Prince George, and Lillooet, before finally ending up at the Rockin’ River Fest in Merritt, BC.

Lisa is promoting her new single Do You Like That. The song is based around a girl in a laundromat. The lyrics say, The clothes are spinning like the thoughts in my head, thinking why’d you ever let love do you like that.

“The song is about how as girls or women, we sometimes go back to the same relationships over and over, and not learning or realizing that they deserve so much more,” said Nicole.

You can find a lyric video of the song on youtube.

Lisa is also currently in the Top 10 of the BCCMA/Music Artist Development Project. The program is designed to offer aspiring country artists education, showcase opportunities and funding to build and nurture their careers. The winning artist will perform at the BCCMA awards, and participate in a 10-week Artist Entrepreneur Program at Coalition Music in Toronto, spend time in Nashville, record three singles and take home over $10,000 in cash and prizes.

At this point she has five large tasks to complete that are being scored. One of them is showing growth on her online fan base. If you would like to help Lisa in the contest, go to her fan page www.facebook.com/lisanicolemusic to like and share the page.

 

 

 

 

 

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