Lisa Stewart Seals moved to Nashville from Louisville, MS as the recipient Belmont University's Roy Acuff Scholarship Award. She entered the national scene during her senior year while studying music at Belmont when she signed with BNA/RCA Records. After the completion of her first album, an extensive promotional tour took place. During a TV appearance, executive producer Jim Owens saw what he was looking for as the co-host of his nationally syndicated Entertainment News Show, #1 Country. Since then, Lisa has hosted multiple national TV shows and served as a red carpet correspondent for E! Television Network. She juggled her career as a touring musician, TV host, print model and actor for 7 years, living in both Nashville and Malibu, CA.
In 2003, Lisa married Brady Seals. As a songwriter, Lisa was honored to have penned the 2006 Gospel Song of The Year "Sky Full of Angels", recorded by both TaRanda Greene and Reba McEntire. She made the decision to come off of the road as a touring musician to spend more time with her family. Today she maintains a ProTools voice over studio with a list of clients including Target, Banana Republic, Macy's, Allstate and more. Lisa is also still in front of the camera and appears in multiple TV commercials and films including "Country Strong" starring Gwynneth Paltrow, and most recently, the short film "How I Got Made". She can also be seen next month on The CW Network's hit show "The Vampire Diaries".