Lisa Loeb's single "Stay (I Missed You)" was nominated for Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal at the 37th GRAMMY Awards and now she's back for the 60th GRAMMYs with Feel What U Feel, nominated for Best Children's Album. The messages on her latest album reflect the feedback she received that parents care about getting good messages to their kids, Loeb explained, such as "appreciating things in your daily life, respecting other people, respecting your own feelings."
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