Lisa Loeb No Fairy Tale CD Giveaway {3 Winners}

Lisa Loeb_No Fairy Tale_Cover_300dpiOne of my favorite movies as a teenage was Reality Bites – and I loved the soundtrack every bit as much as I loved the movie. I used to play it over and over and over again.  If you’re in the same age range, you can probably relate (I’m sure my husband is shaking his head as he’s reading this – I think it may be a girl thing).

If you remember Reality Bites, I’m sure you remember the song, Stay (I Missed You), by Lisa Loeb. Just reading the title of the song brings back memories of sitting in my room listening to the CD, but I digress.

I hadn’t heard much of Lisa Loeb since then, but she’s been busy with a successful career in music, film, television, voice-over work and children’s recordings. A mama of two, Lisa is working on a new eyewear line, Lisa Loeb Eyewear (in partnership with Classique Eyewear) and her second children’s book, Lisa Loeb’s Songs for Moving and Shaking, which will be out April 2, 2013.

On top of that, she just released her seventh album NO FAIRY TALE, a “poppy-punky-rock” album. Her co-producer on the album was Chad Gilbert of New Found Glory, whose OC punk style put a new perspective on Lisa’s trademark sound. She also collaborated with indie artists and Sara on two songs. Other notable artists featured on NO FAIRY TALE are Hello Goodbye, Morgan Taylor, Maia Sharp and Marvin Etzioni.

NO FAIRY TALE features 12 Tracks:

  1. No Fairy Tale
  2. The 90’s
  3. Weak Day
  4. Walls
  5. A Hot Minute
  6. Sick, Sick,  Sick
  7. Matches
  8. Married
  9. Swept Away
  10. He Loved You So Much
  11. Ami, I’m Sorry
  12. The Worst

When I put on NO FAIRY TALE, Zoë instantly came over to me and said, “Mommy, what’s that? I like it!” My girls love a wide variety of music (Daddy is a musician), and we love being able to expose them to new styles and sounds.

It’s fun to be able to play music for them from musicians I grew up listening to, and also nice to be able to show them that women can be rock stars too. I love being able to provide them with every bit of inspiration I can get my hands on to show them they can be anything the want to be!

If you have fond memories of Reality Bites and want to take a trip down memory road, pick up a copy of NO FAIRY TALE on

Win a Copy!

Three (3) Happy Mothering readers will win their very own copy of NO FAIRY TALE! To enter, simply complete the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!
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This review was coordinated by Double Duty Divas and Lisa Loeb. I was provided with compensation and the album to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% my own.

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  1. chrissy c says

    I want to win because like you I remember listening non stop to her music when I was younger but I haven’t heard any of her newer stuff and I would love to hear it!

  2. Chelsea says

    I use to listen to Lisa Loeb ALL the time in high school and I haven’t heard much from her lately, I’d love to hear what her songs sound like now!

  3. Ellen says

    I would like to win because I still love her music and want to hear her new stuff! I also think my kids would like it – they sure enjoy her older stuff! :)

  4. Maria Malaveci says

    I was a huge Lisa Loeb Fan years and years ago, and I still have all her CD’s from back then. I would love to hear more from her!

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