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Hey Do You Know Me

Lisa Brokop

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A lost album finally avalible in the U.S.

Canada has a lot of great artists, but most never made it outside of Canada. Lisa Brokop is one that really should have been huge in America. Most people in the U.S. might know her for her 1994 album Every Little Girl's Dream (which featured "Give Me A Ring Sometime" and "Take That") but she's had a lot out since that. Hey, Do You Know Me was supposed to be released by Curb Records back in 2005 as her U.S. comeback album. However, after "Wildflower" failed to chart in the U.S., Curb only released it in Canada. There are two other great singles on here ("Ladylike" and the title track) you should check out. This is the first time U.S. fans can buy this album without importing it from Canada. Make sure to check out her other albums.

Biography

Born: June 6, 1973 in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Lisa Brokop was born in Surrey, British Columbia, in 1973. Born into a musical family, Brokop was on-stage with her accordion-playing mother by age 7, performing polkas and popular country hits like "The Gambler." By 15, she was gigging throughout the thriving country music scene in Vancouver, both as a singer and guitar player,...
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