France 2015 | ESC Reporter
- Born: September 21, 1968, Paris, France
- Selection: Internal
- Semi-final: Pre-qualified (Big 5)
- Music and lyrics: Robert Goldman
Born in Paris in 1968, Lisa is of Italian descent. From the age of eleven, she competed in several radio talent shows as part of the Nice Carnival, which she won, four years in a row.
In 2001 Lisa released her first single, “De Années Après”, written by Didier Barbelivian. In 2009, Lisa met popular showman, Patrick Sébastian, who produced and wrote songs for her first album, Les Divines, which was released in 2011.
In 2013, Lisa released her second album, Des Mots…, and joined the show Les Chanson D’abord on France 3, hosted by Natasha St-Pier.
Lisa’s 2014 album, Frou-Frou, is a tribute to artists of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. In the same year she covered Marie Myriam’s “L’Oiseau et L’enfant” with Tony Carreira for his album, Nos fiançailles, France Portugal.
On January 23, France 2 revealed that Lisa had been internally selected to be France’s Eurovision 2015 representative with the song “N’Oubliez Pas”. Lisa had been chosen after France 2 had asked for proposals from French record companies.
The song had already been debuted in November, when Lisa performed it at A First World War centenary concert in Paris.