Lisa Aschmann has an emotional style that's pure, simple and sincere. Her musical styles include folk, R&B, jazz, gospel, country, pop, bluegrass, Latin & Celtic-inflected music. Less common, but still part of her catalog include some rock, rockabilly, Cajun, classical and Calypso music. Varied and “out-of-the-box” thinking contributes to this variety.
She's co-written lots of source cues for film and television, including: West Wing, Hack, Shark, Bones, Numb3rs, My Name Is Earl, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Providence, Sex & the City, America's Top Models, The X-Files, My Beautiful Launderette, JAG, LA Doctors, Steel, Smoke, Date Fate, Sesame Street, and Horses and Men.
Lisa has appeared in a variety of venues, including The San Francisco Folk Festival, Western Workers Labor Heritage Festival, Monterey Jazz Festival, the International Womens' Music Festival in Beer Sheva, Israel, Web Radio, and house concerts. Her book, 1000 Songwriting Ideas is a source of inspiration for songwriters and is published by Hal Leonard. Lisa has given many songwriting workshops all over the country, including PSGW (Puget Sound Guitar Workshop), CCMC (California Coastal Music Camp), Belmont University, Vanderbilt University, Camp Harmony, NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International), WCS (West Coast Songwriters), Frank Brown Festival SGA (Songwriters Guild of America), Indie Connect, Club Passim, and Foothill College. She could give one in your town, too