Click here to read an interview with Lisa in Baltimore Magazine.
When you have a great voice, use it. That’s exactly what the multifaceted Lisa Mathews does.
In the studio recording a voiceover or singing a jingle, fronting her band or chatting with her 19- year-old about her day or the news, Lisa doesn’t waste it. Lisa has spent most of her adult life in rock bands, including the popular alt-rock group Love Riot, and written music that has found its way onto TV shows and movies. Currently, she’s the dynamic front person for the wildly popular, Grammy-nominated kids’ rock band Milkshake, whose music has been featured on PBS KIDS, Nick Jr. and Emmy-Award winning “ToddWorld” cartoon. She’s also a Wolf Trap-trained Teaching Artist in Maryland and Virginia schools, working alongside teachers to integrate arts strategies into the curriculum. One might say she can do it all, but that wouldn’t be true. She’s a horrible dancer.
Besides playing the best in kindie and kid-friendly music, Young At Heart includes special features like Talking Tunes with Brian and Tom, Artist Songbites, Artist Interviews and smARTbeats.
Why Young at Heart?
“I want Young at Heart to fit with WTMD and its beautifully indie perspective,” Mathews says. “I’d like to think we’re at our best when we’re young at heart — when we have a youthful outlook on life no matter what our age. I still like to ride the roller coaster, jump in rain puddles and eat toasted marshmallows. So listening to songs about taking a trip into space or the wonders of rainbows or eating lots of grapes rocks my world, and I hope it makes listeners smile while they start their day together.”
I hope it makes listeners smile
young at heart