Lisa McHugh (born 16 August 1988) is an Irish pop and country singer. She was born in Glasgow, Scotland to Irish parents. Her father is from Castlederg in County Tyrone and her mother is from Falcarragh, County Donegal. In June 2010 she moved to Ireland, put together her band and toured. She has won "Female Vocalist of the Year" five times as well as "Outstanding Achievement on the World Stage" in 2012 when she appeared on the Grand Ole Opry. She also ran her own television show titled ''On the Road with Lisa''.


Studio albums

Live albums

Other singles and guest appearances

* "I Told You So" (2010)
(duet with Robert Mizzell, on his album ''Redneck Man'') * "A Mother's Rosary" (2011) * "I'll Be Home With Bells On" (2011) (duet with Daniel O'Donnell) * "Let's Pretend We Never Met" (2013) * "Y'all Come" (2018) * "Honey, Honey" (2018) (duet with Derek Ryan) * "Country Mile" (2019) * "Watch Me" (2019) * "Home with a Heartbeat" (2019) * "The Scandal" (2020) * "You're Gonna Get Back Up" (2020) * "Bad Idea" (2021)


External links

Official website
Category:Living people Category:Musicians from Glasgow Category:Irish country singers Category:British country singers Category:Irish people of Scottish descent Category:1988 births Category:21st-century British singers Category:21st-century Irish women singers Category:21st-century Irish singers {{Ireland-musician-stub