Nashville country singer/songwriter Lisa Torres will play 12th & Porter next Monday, February 20. She will start the show a little after 7pm, so don't be late. Entrance and parking are free.
Torres performance style is "interactive," she says:
I love being on stage and love to interact with the band and with the fans. And, since dancing is another passion of mine, I've been known to jump down off the stage to line dance with the girls or do a quick twirl around the floor with one of the guys. When you come to my live show, you are definitely going to feel something! I hope you love my songs and of course it would be great if you bought a couple of them. See you at the show!Lisa Torres' performance of the song "Alive," co-written with Arlis Albritton, won her the SingerUniverse "Best Vocalist Of The Month" award a while back. The song was also a finalist in the 18th annual Chris Austin Songwriting Contest, hosted by the MerleFest music festival.
Torres grew up in Castaic, California, about 40 miles north of Los Angeles. Torres' dad grew up in California, as well, and his family is from New Mexico, with roots going back to Mexico.
Torres' music career started with her attraction to the music of Garth Brooks, Martina McBride and Trisha Yearwood. After performing herself for a few years based out of California, Torres moved to Nashville in 2005.
Torres' web site is lisatorres.com.