Lisbee Stainton

Lisbee Stainton is a 27 year-old singer-songwriter who has been writing music for 19 years. She recorded her first album, Firefly, in 2006 and since graduating from Goldsmith college in London she has recorded a further three critically acclaimed albums - Girl on an unmade bedGo and Word Games, some of which she recorded at Abbey Road studios. Lisbee was the first unsigned artist to play London's O2 Arena and has been play listed on both BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6music. She has toured with such notable artists as Joan Armatrading, Paul Brady, Gretchen Peters, Paul Carrack and Seth Lakeman, who was so impressed that he invited her to join his band in 2012.  Lisbee is currently preparing to release her first self-produced studio album, which features songs co-written by Eleanor McEvoy, Charlie Dore and Tom Robinson.

"I searched for a long time before I found an amplifier for my guitar that would enhance it acoustically, as opposed to either limiting the tone or making it sound like an electric instrument; my Schertler amp takes all the warmth and natural tone of my unplugged guitar and simply amplifies it beautifully".   Lisbee Stainton

Lisbees plays David