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Lisa Redfern: “Child of Hope”

Your Inspirational Song of the Week

November 12 - November 18, 2019

Child of Hope


All Is Bright

Performed by Lisa Redfern
Music by G. F. Handel,
arranged by Lisa Redfern
Lyrics by John Morison

Listen to the Music!

This week Lisa Redfern brings us the gift of a little early holiday cheer, albeit wrapped in a slightly unconventional package, with Child of Hope. Based on the popular Christmas hymn with words by John Morison set to the music of Handel, Lisa’s rendition is decidedly twangier, but still retains the original’s sentiment of praise and thanks for the teachings of Christ Jesus. This song is from Lisa’s holiday album All Is Bright, an inspired and uplifting acoustic work featuring 14 sacred songs that resonate the humanity, joy and hope of the first Christmas. Lisa’s unique arrangements reflect a diversity of Americana styles, encompassing bluegrass, country, folk, swing and gospel. Her soul-filled singing creates an intimacy that puts her right there in the room with you.

About the Artist

Lisa Redfern is an award-winning singer-songwriter with 11 solo recordings. Her clear, bell-like voice has often been compared to Judy Collins and Joan Baez. But she is a versatile vocalist who blends her roots in folk, bluegrass and country with blues and jazz to create something unmistakably her own.

Lisa has opened for many notables, including The Roches, Livingston Taylor, Cindy Kallet, Dave Mallett, and she shared the stage (and several duets) with Pete Seeger. Her recordings have garnered positive critical reviews and extensive radio play, and she has added her voice to the soundtracks of dozens of other artists. Her awards include Best Song (West Coast Songwriters Contest), Finalist (Great American Song Contest & USA Songwriting Competition), as well as a NAPPA Gold and a Parents’ Choice Silver for her lullaby CD, “Sing Me Goodnight.”

Find Out More About The Artist and the Music!


The Artist


The Album

The Song
The Lyrics
"Wow, I haven’t heard a voice like yours in 30 years, you sound like one of the original women of folk." —Livingston Taylor

"Your CD is exquisite. I’m so glad to know you are continuing to bless others with your voice." —Jennifer Johnston, Brookline, Massachusetts

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