As a musician, you never understand why people connect with certain songs. How do you feel about being this go-to touchstone for the ’90s? When I was a kid, for me, the ’60s seemed so far away. For some reason I feel like grownups today are younger than they were even 30 years ago…For a lot of us, [the 1990s] just doesn’t feel like that long ago ...I think people are always for nostalgic for a time about 20 years before they were born. I have an album called “No Fairy Tale” coming out at the end of January.But these drama-loving characters can’t be happy for that long, can they?I borrowed the writers’ time machine, jumped five more years into the future, and picked up a copy of Gray’s Sports Almanac and the New York Post.It’s “No Fairy Tale” because real life is better than a fairy tale. I worked on it with Chad Gilbert, the guitar player from New Found Glory.He talked to me about a concept to make a “poppy-punky-rock” record.
With two platinum albums and a crop of wildly catchy singles— "Everywhere," "All You Wanted," and "Are You Happy Now"—she was the voice of every love-struck high-schooler in the country, and still a teenager herself.She and husband Roey Hershkovitz named their first little one Lyla Rose Loeb Hershkovitz. Lisa, 41, announced that they were expecting in September, so for most of us it seemed like she had a whirlwind pregnancy.We bet it didn't feel much like that for her and Roey, 31, a music production supervisor for The Tonight Show with Conan O' Brien. Read Full Story Lisa Loeb (born March 11, 1968) is a singer most known for her hit "Stay (I Missed You)." She has also appeared on a few TV series, including VH1's dating show "Number 1 Single." She is married to Roey Hershkovitz, a music production supervisor, and gave birth to her first child, daughter Layla Rose, in late 2009. That’s a song that’s still a major part of my repertoire. I was glad for new people to connect with it, and for it to reconnect with people who’ve been following me for a long time. Back to the “Gossip Girl” finale: the show doesn’t give too many details about your relationship with Rufus. I think that we got married, and I think that we just – we reconnected in an episode a few years ago, and we kept in touch, and dated and got married.[One sign was when] Ethan Hawke requested I give him a recording of that song when he went to Ben Stiller, who was directing “Reality Bites”… What was the atmosphere on the set like, given that you were shooting the big goodbye episode? When I was a kid, I watched “The Brady Bunch.” And they had my crush from the Monkees ... He [appeared] on “The Brady Bunch.” I love when people in culture show up on fictional TV shows. Why do you think there’s so much ’90s nostalgia going around?