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Lisa Bade

Lisa Bade 1st appeared singing back-up vocals on Tag Gillespie’s 1980 album Only Human being. Her debut solitary, “Traveller in the night time”/”&Stormy Crimson,” was a cover of the Gillespie tune and her debut recording, Suspicion, adopted in 1982. It created the singles “(That Ain’t) NO CHANCE to Treat a female”/”&Losin’ Feelin” and “Willow”/”&Pile Through to the Highway.” the Lisa Bade Band backed the tiny River Band by the end of 1982. Her following single, “LEAVE”/”&Never Looked SO EXCELLENT,” adopted in 1985 and Bade continued to sing with Wilbur Wilde’s Blowout, the Tag Gillespie Music group, and Red Cadillac. She also created the Love Celebrities, a favorite cover band.

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