Jazzy Jackie Lee
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Jazzy Jackie Lee

Fairburn, Georgia, United States | Established. Jan 01, 1999 | SELF | AFM

Fairburn, Georgia, United States | SELF | AFM
Established on Jan, 1999
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"Jackie Lee Performs"

Clint Bittenbinder/Telegram

Jackie Lee performs Thursday night at the 20th annual Temple College Jazz Festival, a three-day event featuring workshops and jazz bands from Texas schools. School jazz bands will perform throughout the day today with a final concert set for 7:30 p.m. by the TC Jazz Ensemble with Chris Vadala. - Temple Daily Telegram

"From the Desk of Mary O. Williams"

To: Whom it may concern
This letter is a recommendation for Jazzy Jackie Lee.
Ms. Lee has performed for Prince Hall Grand East's Jazz Nights. Not only is she pleasant and professional but a True Jazz Performer.
She is scheduled to be the main headliner during our 2011 Jazz Nights performances, which will begin in the Spring of 2011.
I highly recommend Ms. Jazzy Jackie Lee as a talented performer.
Mary 0. Williams
Building & Activity Coordinator Prince Hall Grand East
- Prince Hall Grand East

"Harrison Rally entertainment"

Harrison Rally entertainment
There will be a variety of entertainment at Saturday's Rally. There will be music on the main stage; on the Hood Park (Commodore statue) Youth Stage, on the lawn of the Quilt Show at First Presbyterian Church, and in the parade. The band Rift will appear in the parade. Singer-songwriter Tedd Swattz will
Jackie Lee and the InTouch Motown Review will perform on the Main State at 12:30 p.m.
appear in his special car stage during the parade and then continue entertaining shoppers at the Arts Council's Salvaged Art Supply Store, 117 West Second Street behind Mills Hardware Store. At the Main Stage, located at Louisiana and East Second Street, the Gene Parker Trio will take the stage immediately after the parade and play until noon. The Perrysburg High School dance team will per-form from noon to 12:15 p.m. At 12:30 p.m., Jackie Lee InTouch Motown Revue will sing some greatest hits. At 2:30 p.m., Greg Tye's Hep Cat Revival will command the stage until 4:30 p.m. The Hood Park Stage will feature some well-known local talent, including Unknown Factor, from 10:45 to 11:15 a.m.; Don't Mess with Texas, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.; Catch Pole, from 1:30 to 2:15 p.m.; Fresh Out Of Luck (FOOL), from 2:30 to 3:15 p.m., and Hunters Run, from 3:30 to 4:15 p.m. Entertainment will be provided on the lawn of the First Presbyterian Church, featuring music by John Ball and the New Old Timers from 11 to 12:30 p.m., and music by Lucy Long and the Root Cellar String Band from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Lucy Long also may appear around Busy Bee Town on West Second Street. The music is made possible by the contributing members of the Perrysburg Area Arts Council, a contribution from the Chamber of Commerce, and a grant from the Target Corporation.
- Harrison Rally Days

"Jackie Lee in concert tomorrow at Music in the Park"

Jackie Lee in concert tomorrow at Music in the Park

The City Of Perrysburg and the Perrysburg Area Arts Council present Mrs. Jackie Lee in concert at Music in the Park this Thursday. July 17, at 7 p.m., at Woodlands Park.
Jackie Lee is a native Toledoan who now divides her time between Chicago and Toledo. She performed with her Motown group, InTouch, at last fall's Harrison Rally Days in down¬town Perrysburg. She per¬formed last year and this year at Toledo's Taste of the Town, and will be per¬forming on August 8, at the Toledo Museum of Art "It's Friday" and on August 9, at the Rib-Off. She also per¬forms regularly at the Toledo Club.
Jackie Lee's forte is jazz. She says she considers Ramona Collins as her mentor. Ms. Lee began singing at the age of 13.
At the Music in the Park concert, she will perform jazz and love songs accompanied by her husband, Harold, on keyboard, and Gordon Henry on bass.
Ms. Lee and her husband, Harold, have five children. She is the artist of the family, and he is the technology expert. They are proud of all their children, and particularly proud that one of them just graduated from West Point.
The concert will begin at 7 p.m. In the event of rain or stormy weather, the con-cert will move to the Schaller Building, 130 West Indiana Avenue.
The next Music in the Park concert will feature the Toledo Opera Singers on August 7.
- Perrysburg Messenger Journal


Music is a universal language the sound can be felt by everyone, young or old. It has no barriers, it knows no boundaries. Music is a beautiful gift from God above. It soothes the soul, and it is therapeutic for the mind, body, and spirit. I have and I will always desire to continue to reach the hearts and souls of people through the gift of song, especially our senior citizens, veterans, and disabled, as well as the sick and shut in.
"Jazzy Jackie Lee"

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Jazzy Jackie Lee
Birth Date: August 11th,
Music Styles:
Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Love songs, and Motown

Jazz and love songs are the forte of Jazzy Jackie Lee as she proclaims the emotions we all have felt and wanted to explain.

Jazzy Jackie Lee
has performed with the band of U.N.V. during her live taping at the Peacock Cafe (Toledo, Ohio). Other Venues include Mickey Finns, The Longhorn Saloon, Mona's Riverview Lounge, Murphy's, Rusty's Jazz Cafe, Toledo Museum of Art, City of Toledo Parks and Recreations. Club Penta (Detroit, Michigan), Mandy's, Detroit West, and Floods. Andy's, (Chicago, Illinois), Lee's Unleaded, Cotton Club, (Harlem, New York). Jazzy Jackie Lee has performed with such notables as, Mikki Howard, Joslyn B, Big Blues Bob and Art Griswald, Red Holt, Wallace Burton, Bob Gunther, and Erma Thomson. In the Texas area, Jackie has performed for, Fort Hood MWR, Fort Hood Family Housing, Elephant Room, Zecrets Jazz Club, Vineyards of Florence Shilo Inn. Engagements in the greater Atlanta area include, Club 290, Prince Hall Grand East, Duncan Park, Art Works on the Square, Atlanta Public Library, and more!
Jazzy Jackie Lee started her singing career at the early age of thirteen with Fever, a trio vocalist group. They performed many talent shows, civic events, and cabaret, which culminated in a recording session for their original music, (My Heart Says Yes but My Mind Says No, and Fever). At the tender age of seventeen, Jazzy Jackie Lee continued her career on tour with the Kool Jazz Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio. In Atlanta, Georgia Jazzy Jackie Lee was directly influenced by Kool and the Gang, Herbie Handcock, Lionel Hampton, Miles Davis, and Patrice Rushen. The professionalism of these artists enriched Jazzy Jackie Lee’s career and prepared her for participation in the Broadway play (Ain't MisBehavin).

Jazzy Jackie Lee continues to perform as a soloist across the United States, and at exclusive venues in the Georgia area. UNFORGETTABLE describes Jazzy Jackie Lee, the Diva of Jazz, Contemporary music, and Rhythm and Blues entertaining across the country – Enjoy!

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