She can speak Spanish fluently.
She is 5' 2" tall.
Lisa reunited with her old friend and college roomie, Elizabeth Mitchell to make a children's music album titled Catch the Moon. The music is a mixture of old traditional favorites and new originals.
Lisa signed a new deal with Artemis, after being dropped from A&M, for the terrible sales of Cake and Pie. Lisa re-launched the album in 2002, with a new cover and title, Hello Lisa. The artwork featured Sanrio's signature 'Hello Kitty'.
Lisa's track 'We Could Still be Together' was included on the soundtrack for Legally Blonde.
Lisa dropped the name of her supporting band in 1997, just going with Lisa Loeb from then on.
Lisa took a five year break from recording, and spent time with then-boyfriend Dweezil Zappa, traveling. She resurfaced in 2002 with her third offering and first album with A&M records, titled Cake and Pie. She co-produced it and worked with a list of impressive artists, including Vince Gill, Sawyer Brown, Waylon Jennings, Dweezil Zappa, and The Indigo Girls.
Lisa toured with The Wallflowers and Chris Isaak, as well as performed with the ladies of Lilith Fair in the summer of 1997.
Lisa is a vegetarian with a love of gourmet foods and wines.
Lisa released her debut album Tails in 1995 with Geffen Records. It was well-received by commercial radio stations, and fans loved it.
Lisa signed with Geffen Records in 1994, and they re-teamed her with former manager Juan Patino.
Lisa and her band Nine Stories received a Grammy nomination for 'Best Pop Performance by a Group' and won a Brit Award for 'Best International New Comer'.
Lisa's big break happened when her good friend and neighbor, Ethan Hawke passed a casette of her music on to the director of the movie he was starring in. The director (Ben Stiller) took a liking to 'Stay' and put it onto the Reality Bites soundtrack.
Lisa remained unsigned as of 1993, despite the fact that several major labels were soliciting for her to sign on with them.
Lisa had developed a large fan following from her solo performances on the New York coffee house circuit. She had teamed up with a new producer, longtime boyfriend Juan Patino to release an audio casette of her acoustic performances, called The Purple Tape only sold at her live shows.
Lisa went on to attend Boston's Berklee School of Music for one semester, but dropped out to pursue her music career, forming a band that she called 'Nine Stories' in 1990. The band name was a tribute to her favorite author J.D. Salinger.
Lisa and Elizabeth Mitchell released an album called Liz and Lisa before embarking upon their careers separately.
Lisa studied music at Brown University and hooked up with a roommate who shared her interest in starting up a band. Elizabeth Mitchell and Lisa formed a band, with fellow Brown classmate and future music star Duncan Sheik on guitar.
Lisa studied piano as a child, but later switched her interests and lessons to guitar.
Lisa is the first unsigned artist to top the Amercan charts. Her single 'Stay' spent three weeks at #1, and sold over 750,000 copies.
Her glasses aren't a fashion accessory. She told Seventeen magazine that "if you can't see and you can't wear contacts, then you wear glasses. My glasses are a normal and real part of me. I would be putting on an act if I DIDN'T wear them."
Lisa starred on the E! reality series, #1 Single, which entails her trials and tribulations in the dating world.
Lisa's album The Very Best of Lisa Loeb was released January 24, 2006.