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About Lisa Loeb

The bespectacled Lisa Loeb became every English major's dream date when "Stay," a single from the movie Reality Bites, made her the first unsigned artist to have a No. 1 hit single. She didn't remain without a label for long, and the Adult Alternative Folk-Rocker has since released two solid albums and had a moderate follow-up hit with "I Do." Loeb's catchy tunes are more grounded than Suzanne Vega's, but come across as more idiosyncratic and personal than Sheryl Crow's.

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Listen toLisa Loebon Napster

The bespectacled Lisa Loeb became every English major's dream date when "Stay," a single from the movie Reality Bites, made her the first unsigned artist to have a No. 1 hit single. She didn't remain without a label for long, and the Adult Alternative Folk-Rocker has since released two solid albums and had a moderate follow-up hit with "I Do." Loeb's catchy tunes are more grounded than Suzanne Vega's, but come across as more idiosyncratic and personal than Sheryl Crow's.

About Lisa Loeb

The bespectacled Lisa Loeb became every English major's dream date when "Stay," a single from the movie Reality Bites, made her the first unsigned artist to have a No. 1 hit single. She didn't remain without a label for long, and the Adult Alternative Folk-Rocker has since released two solid albums and had a moderate follow-up hit with "I Do." Loeb's catchy tunes are more grounded than Suzanne Vega's, but come across as more idiosyncratic and personal than Sheryl Crow's.

About Lisa Loeb

The bespectacled Lisa Loeb became every English major's dream date when "Stay," a single from the movie Reality Bites, made her the first unsigned artist to have a No. 1 hit single. She didn't remain without a label for long, and the Adult Alternative Folk-Rocker has since released two solid albums and had a moderate follow-up hit with "I Do." Loeb's catchy tunes are more grounded than Suzanne Vega's, but come across as more idiosyncratic and personal than Sheryl Crow's.