Rarely a follower, Coulter’s passion was expressed through her creativity and love for entertaining. She would belt out the lyrics to her favorite songs from the broadway musical Annie as her mother drove her to preschool at the age of two. From dancing in her home’s foyer to performances when the adults gathered, Lyssa has been looking for her stage since she could walk.
"I want my music to allow listeners to break free of their everyday lives. Three or four minutes of no worry about whats for dinner tonight or the big project due in two days. Something that I'm working on as an artist and as a person is to stop, take a look around, and appreciate all that life has to offer. I want to bring that to others, while also allowing listeners to relate to my stories, seeing a commonality. Everyone is so wrapped up in getting to the next “station” rather than enjoying the ride. Every day it’s important to step back and see what’s going on around you rather than always thinking about the next minute, hour, day and beyond.”