#1 Billboard Smooth Jazz artist Lisa Addeo is a pianist/vocalist/composer. Whether delivering a colorful mosaic of cool Smooth Jazz grooves, playing solo piano or honoring the Great American Songbook, Lisa's music spans multiple genres and moods.  

“I adore playing ‘live’. As my music fills the air, the audiences fill my heart.”  Whether performing at an intimate supper club, Radio City Music Hall, or jazz stages across the US and Europe, Lisa’s music touches music lovers everywhere. 

Lisa's catalog of recordings includes Smooth Jazz, solo piano, meditative instrumentals and tributes to Frank Sinatra and the Great American Songbook. Her album 'Listen To This' features two #1 Smooth Jazz hits, gaining global attention. 

Don Was, president of Blue Note records says, “Lisa did a great job on her [Listen To This] album. It fits in really well with the most successful albums in the Smooth Jazz field. My compliments."  

Lisa has also released 3 volumes of holiday songs which have become treasured keepsakes in thousands of homes in the US and Europe during the holiday season and year-round. 

Whether you are seeking Smooth Jazz, music from the Great American Songbook, piano instrumentals or ethereal meditative music, Lisa offers over 150 songs...something for everyone.  

Lisa is an avid golfer and qualified boat captain. Her island life includes stints as a lifeguard and swim coach and one of her favorite activities is jetskiing in the deep blue C waters of The Bahamas. 

Lisa’s music can be found on Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Pandora, iHeart Radio, YouTube and all major digital retailers and streaming services.   

Deep Blue C is from my upcoming album 'Playin' Out Loud'. 

Some of my favorite gigs have been with trumpet - I've always loved the cool sound of the harmon mute and listening to Miles, so when Ryan Montano showed up to play, it was perfect-o!  I love the way the overtones of the piano blend with the timbre of the horn.  It's a sound that makes me smile for days on end... 

Deep Blue C is produced by Adam Hawley and he also plays guitar on it. Adam and I had a blast collaborating and we are on the same musical page: let's make the best music we can! 

Sax legend Dave Mann did a sizzling horn arrangement that makes the tide rise! Here's a  piece of Dave Mann trivia: When Euge Groove left Tower Of Power, Dave took his place! 

Thanks to Covid, tracks were laid down in LA, Orlando, Albuquerque and Phoenix! That's how we roll these days... 

I love being out on the ocean. There is nothing like navigating the waters out in the middle of nowhere. I often take my jet ski out and turn it off and just float...watching what swims around down below, in the quiet of the crystal blue waters. So you see, Deep Blue C is home to me.