In 2015, Lisa performed at the BCCMA awards along with a pair of nominations for Female Vocalist and Country Club Act of the Year. The ADP prizing included a songwriting trip to Nashville and a spot in the Canada’s Music Incubator ‘Artist Entrepreneur Program’ in Toronto. Lisa was also nominated for the 2016 BCCMA Female Vocalist of the Year.
Lisa Nicole’s hot streak continued with the release of her 2016 radio single, “Where Love Goes to Die” and her sophomore EP, Come Find Me, produced by Tom and Carly McKillip, inspired by Lisa Nicole’s recent personal journeys. The Come Find Me EP was supported by a national tour including 16 radio station interviews, 15 shows in cities such as Toronto, London, and Charlottetown, and 13 publicity interviews including Global News Morning Halifax. The tour invited fans to discover the talents of this Canadian country music gem.