Lisa Gallant Seal
Pop-based, Acoustic Rock
Lisa Gallant Seal (born in Portland, Maine) is a pop-based, folk-rock artist and music missionary. Gallant Seal first picked up the guitar at the age of eleven and began writing her own songs as an outlet which helped her deal with a troubled childhood. Not taking her music seriously until after getting clean and sober in 1988, Lisa formed a locally successful original band and named it The Brotherhood Dogs (1994-2002). After finding Christ in the mid nineties this artist gradually found her place in the Christian Contemporary Music arena.
Lisa carries a refreshingly new sound and image to CCM. This performer does not "fit the typical mold" of the female Christian Contemporary Music artist yet leaves her audience wanting more of what she brings to the stage; a passionate and transparent heart combined with an unbridled rock style energy. Along with appearances on larger concert stages, festivals and typical full band events, you will also find her continuing to relate and reach out to surrounding community audiences in smaller and more intimate venues as a solo artist and with her full band.
With her most recent EP release “Changing Direction” (2012), Lisa is moving ahead and gaining recognition while
sharing the stage with notable performers including Switchfoot, Brandon Heath, NEEDT0BREATH, Peter Furler,
Phil Joel, The Wrecking, Brian Gentry, Margaret Becker, Rita Springer and others.
"She is a blessing and a challenge for all of her listeners, a rare and sought after combination”
Lisa has talent, integrity and an endless supply of courage to tell her story on her terms."
Darren Elder/songwriter, drummer - The Wrecking
“Finally, a refreshing new sound in CCM.” Ken Marvin, Marvin and Gentry Nashville 2011
“I could listen to that voice all day. It has strength, power and pathos at the same time. I like it a lot.”
Gary Keffer -The Keffer’s