Music and Conversation with Lisa Mills - Soul and Blues Singer/Guitarist

Lisa Mills

Under 21 With Guardian
$25 food & beverage minimum per person.

Join us for an evening of Southern soul and blues as we sit down with singer and guitarist Lisa Mills.


The evening marks the launch of Mills’ new album, The Triangle, and we’ll talk to this Alabama firebrand about the making of the project, stories from the road and more. Then hang onto your hat as she performs selections from The Triangle live! Includes longform interview, audience Q&A and short performance.

Lisa Mills will be interviewed by author and journalist Brad Tolinski. The event is part of the BackStory Events online interview series and will be live streamed by Guitar World magazine.

More About Lisa Mills and ‘The Triangle’:

Originally recorded by Little Richard in the early 1970s in Muscle Shoals, Mills’ rendition of “Greenwood, Mississippi” is the first single release off of her upcoming album, The Triangle, and is a tribute to the incredible sound and feel of the great southern soul music of the 60s and 70s. Mills recorded the track with some of the original musicians in the same studio where it was first recorded. Produced by the legendary Fred Mollin, The Triangle is full of wondrous story-telling music from the triangle that is Memphis, Muscle Shoals and Jackson, Mississippi. As Mills traveled on her musical journey, she recorded songs that were originally recorded in each city she visited and became one with the songs she recorded along the way.

The album features historic and local musicians backing Lisa on the songs that were brought forth in each locale. It’s currently available for pre-order HERE.

The Triangle is set to be released January 24, 2020 via Melody Place Music/BMG.

Venue Information:
The Cutting Room
44 E 32nd St.
New York, NY, 10016