Angelle releases her first and only album, self titled, on the Dreamworks Nashville label, produced by Andrew Gold and Paul Worley. Though she writes songs for many well-known country artists, this is her attempt at a singing career. When asked why she took so long to come out with an album, she says:
Basically, I think I enjoyed songwriting so much and I was enjoying my life so much.
Angelle records CBS’s cult TV show Beauty and the Beast’s theme song, The First Time I Loved Forever.
Country songwriter Lisa Angelle is born in New Orleans, Louisiana to a DJ/preacher father and singer/songwriter/producer mother. From an early age she is exposed to a wide range of musical styles, which she funnels into her own country music songwriting. As a child, Angelle is outspoken, high-energy, and a natural performer.