If you’ve followed Belles and Gals from the start you’ll know all about Lisa Redford, an artist that Bob Harris has described as ‘one of our finest singer/songwriters’.
Lisa has recently recorded an acoustic song for ‘Safe Rescue for Dogs‘. The song, ‘One in the Crowd’ displays Lisa’s trademark heartfelt and emotive vocals – the song is 100% a tearjerker for any animal lovers. The lyrics of the song were originally a poem written by one of the team at Safe Rescue for Dogs, Kelly Hare. Here’s an acoustic performance of the song.
About Safe Rescue For Dogs:
‘We are a nationwide rescue that takes in and rehomes dogs from the UK and abroad. We do our best to match dogs with adopters to create harmonious and settled home lives for all involved.. We also hope to pursue active campaigning on welfare issues as we grow and progress.’
Watch the video put out by the team below:
About Lisa Redford:
Lisa Redford has been heralded by legendary BBC Radio 2 Bob Harris as “one of our finest singer/songwriters”, and earned worldwide acclaim for her heartfelt Americana tinged music with memorable melodies and stunning vocals. She has also performed with, and opened for many respected international artists within the worlds of country, folk and Americana, performed at prestigious festivals such as C2C Country to Country at London’s O2 two years running, Red Rooster, Sound & Vision, Greenbelt, Weyfest, Folk East, Latitude and Ipswich Music Day. She has also recorded live sessions for Bob Harris on Radio 2, various BBC sessions and Amazing Radio.
Lisa has released three acclaimed albums ‘Slipstream’, ‘Lost Again’ and ‘Clouds with Silver’ as well as EP’s ‘Reminders’, ‘Another Place and Time’ and brand new release “Edge of Love” that have garnered outstanding print reviews and received airplay across the world including Bob Harris’s Radio 2 shows and Acoustic Cafe, radio’s best international showcase for new acoustic music. Her original song ‘Dragonfly’ was played on a Bob Harris ‘Best of British’ show’ which featured the best songwriters in the UK. The song was also used in an independent film in LA.