Lisa Ostrow


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July 1, 2011: “Magic Flight of Love,” written by Patrick Dreier and Lisa Ostrow,  was selected to be included on Sound In Sight Volume 2.  The duet features Patrick Dreier and Lisa Ostrow and will be available for download on iTunes soon.  Stay tuned! 


May 5, 2011: Out of the Blue Records is proud to announce the signing of inspirational hip-hop rap artist Agron Belica.  

February 3, 2011:  Lisa is now appearing on “Forgiveness,” a new single released on Out of the Blue Records, in which she makes her very brief hip-hop debut.  

January 10, 2011:  Lisa and Patrick Dreier have been working hard to get their record label up and running at full-speed, and getting their first artist signed to the label.  This necessitates a bit of a break on the songwriting and recording fronts, but Lisa will be back soon with new music!

November 14, 2010: The first single, "Don't Give Up," from Lisa's upcoming album, will be released on Dec. 1, 2010.

September 29, 2010: Lisa was the featured guest on “In The Know,” an Internet-based radio show.  The podcast is available at:


February 26, 2010:  Lisa is now a voting Member of the Recording Academy, the organization responsible for The Grammy awards.   

February 10, 2010: Lisa has opened her own vocal studio, and is teaching multiple students in both basic and advanced vocal technique. 

October 16, 2009: VMC announces the pre-release of Songs About Blindness, featuring "Eyes On My Fingertips" on the Special Pre-Release Edition Prior to the 2010 Race for the Grammy’s.


October 3, 2009:  "Eyes On My Fingertips," Alina Ostrow/Lisa Ostrow/Patrick Dreier, was awarded an Honorable Mention in the Mike Pinder Song Wars songwriting competition: "Beautiful lyrics and good use of metaphors to tell the story." Yes, this is the same Mike Pinder of Moody Blues fame. 

September 29, 2009:  "Eyes On My Fingertips," Alina Ostrow/Lisa Ostrow/Patrick Dreier, has been licensed by VMC for their pre-release and upcoming public release of a compilation album.

July 3, 2009: "American Chronicle" profiles Lisa Ostrow.

June 23, 2009: Dafna Michaelson's "50 in 52 Journey" spotlights Lisa Ostrow: "50 In 52 Journey is a journey to find the people in America who are problem-solvers, idea-generators, people in their communities, in their cities, and in their states who are moving America forward."


January 1, 2009: "Unconditional" is now available for streaming, as well as for download, on Rhapsody and Napster. 

November 9, 2008: Unconditional celebrates nine consecutive months in the top ten on CD Baby's Easy Listening/Easy Pop chart, and remains at #11 on the Easy Listening Vocal Pop chart.

November 6, 2008: Lisa Ostrow has signed with VMC as a contract artist. 

September 21, 2008: Lisa Ostrow performs live at the Boston Walk for PKD.  Visit the photo gallery for snapshots.

July 16, 2008: Lisa will be performing at the Boston Walk for PKD, in Brighton, MA on September 21. 

July 14, 2008: Unconditional remains on the CD Baby top-selling Easy Listening, Easy Pop (#9) and Easy Listening Vocal Pop (#11) charts.

May 28, 2008: Unconditional is now available for purchase on 

April 24, 2008:  JUSTCAUSE, a social networking site connecting people to causes to create change, features Lisa Ostrow in a JUSTPEOPLE profile.  To read the article, please click here.

April 24, 2008:  Lisa Ostrow cohosts radio program on Caribbean Voice Radio, broadcast live throughout the Caribbean.  Featured were her own album, Unconditional, as well as the "Sound in Sight, Vol. 1", on which "Once Upon A Time" appears.

April 14, 2008:  Unconditional charts at #10 on the CDBaby Top-Selling, Easy-Listening Pop Vocal chart for the first time and remains at #8 on the Top-Selling, Easy-Listening Easy Pop chart for the eighth week.

April 5, 2008:  Unconditional celebrates seven weeks at #8 on the CD Baby Top-Selling Easy Listening/Easy Pop chart. 

March 14, 2008:  The Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation publishes a news feature about Lisa Ostrow.  To read the story, please click here. 

Lisa Ostrow with her twin daughters, Laura and Jennie

March 2, 2008:
  Unconditional is included on the iTunes Top 100 Easy Listening music download charts.

February 18, 2008:  Unconditional climbs to #8 on the CD Baby Top-Selling Easy Listening/Easy Pop chart. 

February 15, 2008:  Unconditional reaches #10 on the CD Baby Top-Selling Easy Listening/Easy Pop chart. 

February 2, 2008:  "Maybe I Like It This Way" reaches #20 on the iTunes UK "Top 100 Easy Listening" chart.  

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January 10, 2008:
International singing sensation Jack Walker generously agrees to contribute all proceeds from online sales of his two CD's, "Across the Pond" and "Drift Away," to benefit the Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation, in cooperation with Out of the Blue Records, the independent record label co-owned by Lisa Ostrow and Patrick Dreier.  Please click on the link above to visit Jack's site, sample his music and support PKD research.
December 5, 2007: Press release from the Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation:


Lisa Ostrow releases debut album with proceeds benefiting the PKD Foundation. 

(Kansas City, MO) December 5, 2007
— A perfect holiday gift idea, purchasing this CD gives a gift in return. Singer Lisa Ostrow’s debut CD "Unconditional" is now available for purchase online; proceeds from the sales of "Unconditional" will benefit the PKD Foundation.

Polycystic Kidney Disease is one of the most common life-threatening genetic diseases. PKD causes cysts to form in the kidneys and eventually the kidneys fail. Dialysis and transplantation are the only treatments for kidney failure.  There is no cure for PKD.

Ostrow’s 13 year-old twin daughters both suffer from PKD. Laura and Jennie Ostrow also sing back-up on the CD’s opening selection, "Once Upon a Time." Ostrow plans to donate proceeds from the CD to fund PKD research, which could potentially save her daughters’ lives. The non-profit PKD Foundation leads the fight against PKD through research funding and patient education. In 2008, the PKD Foundation hopes to fund nearly $4.9 million in vital PKD research.

The CD includes jazz, swing, pop, rock and musical theater selections. It is available for purchase on-line at,, or  Ostrow, blind since birth, has performed in a wide variety of venues across the US and Canada, since childhood, and has been at work in the studio for nearly two years, perfecting the release of “Unconditional.”

To arrange interviews with Lisa Ostrow, PKD patients or physicians, contact PKD Foundation Media Manager, Jennifer Robinson at (800) PKD-CURE or