Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Lisa Loeb Was A Summer Camp Kid

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Singer Lisa Loeb will never forget her experiences as a kid at summer camp.

Loeb – best known for her 1994 hit “Stay (I Missed You)” – spent many summers at camp and says the carefree adventures were some of the happiest days of her life.

She’s spreading the summer camp love with her new album, Camp Lisa, which includes kiddie ditties like “Grandma’s in the Cellar,” “The Disappointing Pancake,” and “Home on the Range.”

She says, “I remember singing silly, gross-out songs all day at camp. We’d sing on the way to breakfast and while floating on the lake. It was the simplest form of joy.”

Loeb even learned to play guitar while away at camp, and discovered her love for music.

She never really got homesick and equates camp to “playing real life Barbies, only you’re the doll in this fun, imaginary world.”

Camp Lisa is available now at Barnes & Noble. Proceeds go to the Camp Lisa Foundation, which helps send underprivileged kids to camp.

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