The name LISA PAGE-BROOKS may be best known as the featured lead vocalist with the popular female contemporary gospel group
Witness was also the vehicle that this Detroit native used to launch her professional music career in 1986. While a member of the group, Brooks' husky alto was featured on such popular hits as "Song in the Night," "You'll Never Walk Alone," "Resting in Him," and "Standard," among others. This led to the group being recognized with a 1991 Grammy nomination for Best Group/Duo, a 1991 GMWA Excellence Award for Best Group, and a 1993 Stellar Award for Best Performance Group/Duo.
In 1997, Brooks embarked on a solo career. Her debut solo effort, the 1997 critically acclaimed release
"More Than You'll Ever Know", drew an enormous amount of industry attention toward Brooks. For the album, she received a 1997 Dove Award nomination for Best New Artist as well as winning the 1997 Stellar Award in the same category.
Her self-titled 2001 release and debut on the Atlanta International Records label was produced by her husband, Michael Brooks, himself a former member of the popular, trend-setting contemporary gospel group, Commissioned. After a 5-year hiatus Lisa returned with the group
Witness releasing two powerful albums "An Appointed Time" in 2003 and Speak To The Generations in 2005.
When not ministering in song or on the road Lisa serves at the
Co-Pastor of Restoration Fellowship Church International in Detroit,
MI where Michael A. Brooks is the Pastor.