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In 2008, Lisa worked in the studio with the legendary drummer Budgie (Siouxsie and The Banshees and The Creatures).

 

Lisa co-wrote "Stars are Crazy" with Lindsey Buckingham (Fleetwood Mac) on his 2011 solo album ‘Seeds We Sow’.  The song is also featured on the DVD ‘Lindsey Buckingham: Songs from the Small Machine - Live in L.A’ (2011) and ‘Solo Anthology: The Best of Lindsey Buckingham’ (2018).  This song was reworked from Lisa's song "With You On My Mind" from her album ‘Busk’.

Dewey is the owner of Kitchen Whore Records, an independent music label. She began the label in 1997. She has released albums by Bethany Curve, Marc Moreland, Mute Angst Envy, Kelsi Arnold, and others.

 

Dewey has also been booking bands into several Bay Area venues since the early 1990’s and was heavily involved with the annual Left Coast Live festival in San Jose, California. 

Dewey has performed as an actress in three feature films:

* ‘Some Prefer Cake’ (1997).

* 'Berta' (2003). Several of Lisa's songs are also featured in this film.

* ‘And Then Came Lola’ (2009).

 

She also worked as a composer on ‘Raised by Drag Queens’ (2002).

Her songs have been in the movies ‘How the Day Begins’ (1998), ‘3 Days... 3 Hours... 3 Minutes... 3 seconds’ (1999) and ‘Intentions’ (2003).

Dewey authored the book ‘spank.’, published by Fifth Planet Press. The book is described as "a book of poetry, prose, one-liners and a recipe”.

Dewey and her band have played several benefit shows over the years for Aris Project, MACLA, The Works Gallery, the HRC, the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and Billy DeFrank Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center (The Billy DeFrank Community Center).

 

Dewey has been supportive of the LGBTQIA+ community and often performs at Pride festivals across California.

* Andalusia, ‘Such a Heavenly Eyesore’ (2001).  Dewey co-wrote and sang on the songs "Swallow" and "Such a Heavenly Eyesore". The title track from ‘Such a Heavenly Eyesore’ was featured in the season finale of Road Rules in 2002.

* Mute Angst Envy, ‘South 11th Street’ (2004). Dewey contributed backing vocals to track 2, "Love Like a Fight" and had engineering and production credit.

* Kelsi Arnold, ‘Dulcinea’ (2004). Dewey played lap steel on track 3, "Pigs Don't Fly" and track 9, "Ask Me".

*’Sofa's Choice’ (Sounds from Downtown) (1997). Dewey's song "Under the Lean To" from her album ‘Lola CUKI’, is included.

*’Diversity’ State of Sound Recording (2002). The song "30 Years in You" from her album ‘Weather Changer Girl’, is included.

In 2008, Lisa was one of two selected artists to exclusively perform at The L Word Season 5 Premiere and Official Cast Party in Hollywood that benefited the HRC. 

 

She also toured with Wayne Hussey (the Mission and Sisters of Mercy), Miles Hunt (The Wonder Stuff), Erica Nockalls (The Wonder Stuff), Bethany Curve, Andalusia, Cindy Alexander, Geoff Pearlman, Jen Wood (Tattle Tale) and Deborah Bartley.

 

Lisa has opened for Love & Rockets, Linda Perry (4 Non Blondes), Dave Mason (Traffic, Derek and the Dominos and Fleetwood Mac), Minnie Driver, Ferron, Bitch, Sleater-Kinney, The Mekons, Jill Sobule, Girl in a Coma, Chris Pureka, Melissa Ferrick, Glitter Mini 9, The Start and many more.

Lisa has also had Simon Raymonde from Cocteau Twins as a guest performer, mixer and producer of her albums ‘Weather Changer Girl’ and ‘Busk’.

Recently, Lisa joined the band Bethany Curve, contributing vocals. Bethany Curve's sixth record ‘Murder!’ and ‘Murderers!’ EP are out now and may be purchased here: http://kitchenwhore.com/new/shop.html

Lisa sang backing vocals on Liz Graham's Third release ‘Brave Like an Arrow’, which contains 10 new songs and a sea shanty. ‘Brave Like an Arrow’ was released June 5, 2020. Tracks 3 & 7 feature SPECIAL guest Artist Lisa Dewey on vocals.

Most recently, Lisa sang backing vocals on Stephen Foster’s 'Sun to Rise' EP (Lisa sang on tracks 1 and 2).

 

February, 2002

Lisa Dewey was voted the sexiest artist of the Silicon Valley. You can view the article from the Silicon Valley Metro Newspaper HERE!

 

https://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/02.14.02/cover/sex-artist-0207.html

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