Marisa Liz, born Marisa Pinto, is a renowned Portuguese singer and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist of the pop-rock band Amor Electro. Born on April 22, 1982, in Lisbon, Portugal, Marisa has been a prominent figure in the Portuguese music scene since the early 2000s.

Marisa Liz started her musical journey at a young age, showing a keen interest in music and performing. Her professional career took off when she formed the band Amor Electro in 2011, alongside Tiago Pais Dias, Rui Rechena, and Ricardo Vasconcelos. The band’s unique blend of traditional Portuguese music with modern pop and rock elements quickly gained them popularity.

Amor Electro’s debut album, “Cai o Carmo e a Trindade,” was a commercial success and received critical acclaim. The band has since released several successful albums, with many of their songs topping the Portuguese music charts.

In addition to her work with Amor Electro, Marisa Liz has also pursued a solo career. She has participated in several television shows, including serving as a coach on the Portuguese version of the singing competition “The Voice.”

Marisa Liz is known for her powerful and emotive vocal performances, as well as her charismatic stage presence. Her contributions to Portuguese music have earned her numerous awards and accolades, solidifying her status as one of Portugal’s most beloved musical artists.