A local of Canada, Lisa Dal Bello began singing professionally at age 13. Publicity from advertisements and CBC-TV’s Music Machine obtained her a agreement with MCA along with a self-titled debut record in 1977. By the next calendar year, she was with Capitol, which released Pretty Young ladies in 1978 and DRASTIC ACTIONS in 1981. Following a three-year break to focus on her poetry, Mick Ronson persuaded her to job application recording. Whomanfoursays made an appearance in 1984. Another lengthy break followed, where she composed the lyrics for Nena’s “99 Crimson Balloons” and done the soundtrack for 9½ Weeks (1986). Her 5th record, She, made an appearance in 1989.