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Hi all,

Hope everyone is doing well and staying safe. What a time we’re having, right?

I am so excited to announce that in February I’ll be recording an album of songs I grew up with-

Songs my parents used to have on their turntable, songs I used to listen to and sing along with on the 8 track cassettes my Dad played in our car, as we drove around Switzerland, where I grew up.

Matt Rollings (  from Nashville, will be flying out for this special recording, and we will be joined by bassist, David Piltch (, Victor Indrizzo  (  and David Levita on guitar.

We will be recording with the help of the infamous  Bob Clearmountain at his and Betty Bennett’s  Apogee Studio ( in Santa Monica.

It will feel so good to be able to sing again! My Troubadour concert has been rescheduled so many times, but so far, we are on track for April 12th… Fingers crossed!

Be well, everyone…




At least I’ll have some time to practice!
Lori Lieberman at the Troubadour

I’m so looking forward to playing at the Troubadour again – back to where it all began. I’ll be joined by a string quartet in an all acoustic evening of music, from my newest album as well as songs from the early years. It is with pure excitement that I invite you to join me.

I wish you all a wonderful holiday season. – Lori




Two years ago I had a dream to create a genre-bending album that would feature the Matangi Quartet from the Netherlands. I knew that I didn’t want to confine my music to any specific lane, and that I hoped to present this collection in concert, and in beautiful and respected venues. These photos and videos are from my recent tour that included Carnegie Hall, NY, Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, and several others throughout the Netherlands. I came home to LA following my tour, with a feeling of fulfillment, and that my dream had been realized.

Lori Lieberman and the Matangi Quartet at Concertgebouw Performing “Empty Chairs”/ “Killing Me Softly.”

Lori Lieberman and the Matangi Quartet in concert “Girl Writing a Letter”

Lori Lieberman and the Matangi Quartet “He Sings”

Lori Lieberman and the Matangi Quartet “Something of my Own”


I never really thought this would happen… so many years had passed since Roberta Flack had heard me on an airplane and recorded “Killing Me Softly”, – the song that would forever alter my life… but call it synchronicity or just the passage of time, she asked if we could meet just prior to my Carnegie Hall concert, and it was one of the most meaningful moments for me. She was beautiful beyond words, and it was profound, two women, forever joined together by a song.

Lori Leiberman meets Roberta Flack


Lori and the Legendary Kris Kristofferson

Lori and Joe with Stephen Stills and Judy Collins

Lori celebrating her birthday concert