Mainly a backing singer, Australian vocalist Lisa Edwards has appeared with a few of Australia’s biggest acts, in addition to releasing several solo singles including “Cry,” her biggest hit in 1992. Her debut solitary premiered in 1981, “&Center Pass on”/”&Power.” Four years later on she released “&You Are My Melbourne”/”&Melbourne the start,” a duet with Adrian Campbell. Through the entire middle-’80s, Edwards performed with many bands including White colored Light Orchestra, the Turbo Luv Nuns, and Brief Circuit before signing up for the John Farnham Music group for his effective return in 1987. She made an appearance on Brief Circuit’s Looking forward to the best One (1988) as well as the singles “He’s FIRST GOT IT” (Might 1987), “Looking forward to the best One” (Might 1988), and “Burning up for you personally” (Dec 1988). Edwards’ single one “Cry,” a cover from the Godley and Crème tune, peaked at amount five in July 1992 and was accompanied by “So Harmful.” Her debut single record, Thru the Hoop, premiered in August 1993. Two additional singles had been released through the album, “Before Time” and “Lose Myself in You,” and she came back to support John Farnham.