Lisa McClowry & Carl Giammarese are about to release "Can You Love Me Forever," a timeless duet ballad co-written by this dynamic twosome. Produced by John Blasucci and Lisa McClowry
TESTIMONIAL - "Lisa McClowry as my performance coach has brought so much life this project and given me great tools to work with developing the story emotions required to deliver (this role)!" Project: provided performance coaching for Lia's music video "Hell of High Water"
Lia Caton is a tenacious country artist and songwriter hailing from Naperville, IL outside of Chicago. Her kind heart and strong spirit are wildly apparent in each of her projects as she infuses her mission to heal, inspire, and advocate for causes close to home. As a child, Lia witnessed her father struggle with addiction and homelessness. Overcoming childhood adversity, this soulful songwriter moved from a suburb of Boston to the “Windy City” to pursue a career in music. Inspired by the sultry vocal tones of Bonnie Raitt and Wynonna Judd, Caton’s signature sound is raw and recognizably intimate as she narrates her own human experience through original songs. This activist released her debut single Spare Some Time in 2020, proving that connecting with and valuing people of all walks of life provides a sense of community that was missing during quarantine. Beyond her homeless and child services outreach, Lia also greatly values the work of those in the rescue pet community. She has experienced the joy a rescue pet can bring to a family firsthand with the rescue dogs and cat that are members of the Caton household. Beyond the stage, this mother and wife enjoys the beauty and growth that one can discover in nature on horse trails and ski slopes. This fall, she’ll be premiering her next release Hell or High Water, a co-write with Benji Harris (previous hits in the CMT Top 20 countdown) with production by Sean Giovanni (John Legend, Tim McGraw, Big & Rich).