Lisa Brigantino

Featured Artist of June 26, 2020
with the song: I Can't Stay Anymore

"I Can’t Stay Anymore" is an upbeat, acoustic, Folk Pop/Rock tune that was written especially for the short film Dollhouse produced by Broad Brothers Productions. The film follows a 1950s housewife living a scripted daily routine until she starts to see beyond the shadows on her cave walls. “In addition to being a writer and a musician, I’m also a music supervisor and rights clearance specialist. I was hired to music supervise the film Dollhouse,” Brigantino says. “When a certain wellknown song was not available for licensing for the film, I offered to take a crack at writing a replacement song. I wrote the song that night, recorded a demo the next day and sent it to the filmmaker. He loved the song and put it into the end of the film.” Filmmaker Kaelen Selbach-Broad says, “Lisa was able to capture my original intention and add to it in a way I didn’t even know I wanted, in an accommodating way." The final version of the song was recorded, mixed and mastered by Brigantino’s husband, Thomas Millioto.
“Lisa Brigantino is what you’d call a complete musician—a superb multiinstrumentalist, singersongwriter, and not least, rocker. Brigantino brings to her songwriting that real sense of melody that so many putative writers lack.”

– Jon Sobel, Blog Critics Award-winning singer/songwriter/ multiinstrumentalist Lisa Brigantino is an engaging performer whose eclectic approach to songwriting spans groove, genre and topic. Brigantino’s latest album I’ll Waltz Before I Go released October 15, 2018 continues Brigantino’s tradition of producing albums containing her eclectic original songs which span a wide range of genres including Folk, Roots, Americana, Old-Time, Country, Pop, and Rock. Her songs touch on the topics of love, loss, longing, hope, gratitude, family, and more.
more at

Notes for the artist: This page will always be here under your name in "Featured Artists"
You can al
ways send us an updated Bio using 'CONTACT' on Menu at the top of page.