The Slaughtered Lamb, London.
This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
Lisa Mills has remained one of the Gulf Coast’s brightest musical stars. Mills has taken her soulful blues sounds worldwide and has shared the stage and/or studio with artists such as Robert Plant, Jeff Beck, Andy Fairweather Low, Junior Wells and Dr. John.
The singer-songwriter has now taken on a new project that has roots in the past. Recently, Mills decided to “reclaim” her debut album “I’m Changing,” which she sees as an unfinished album. Mills cites a variety of reasons for going back to her debut. She received much encouragement from constant requests for copies of the out-of-print album. A group of friendly investors also felt the need for Mills to revisit “I’m Changing.” Ultimately, undeniable fate became the biggest factor in this project.
“It was between doing a gospel CD based on my family hymnal, which once belonged to my great-grandmother. It would be a tribute to my mother, who passed away a couple of years ago or to do an album of new material or to finish ‘I’m Changing,’” Mills explained. “It became evident to me that I needed to finish ‘I’m Changing,’ before I get to anything new.”
Mills recruited Grammy Award winning engineer/producer Trina Shoemaker for this project. Shoemaker has worked with bands such as The Indigo Girls, Blues Traveler and Dixie
Currently, Mills is busy preparing for the release of this reclaimed album and embarking on a two-month long summer tour of the UK and Europe.
Mills’ fans can expect the bigger and better version of “I’m Changing” in the near future..