Lezlie Revelle
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2010 - Soldier Come Home (2-Song Special Release and Fundraiser for Operation Homefront)

2010 - That Little Girl (solo)

2007 - Fools Moon (solo)

2006 - Maidens Whimsie, Maidens Whimsie

2000 - Blackbird, Blackbird

1999 - Poor Man's Fortune, Black Blooded Bohemians

1997 - Nelson's Guitar (solo)

1996 - Lungo Drom, Black Blooded Bohemians



Singer-songwriter Lezlie Revelle comes from a family where music was the 2nd language. Her parents were supportive of Lezlie’s music ambitions, and from the time she was old enough to walk and sing, she has performed in a myriad of aspects: choirs, variety shows, theatre productions, coffee houses, fairs, and festivals.

In high school she entered solo and group competitions and also sang in the concert choir, as well as the show choir. Eventually the music lead her to community theatre her last two years in high school. By this time she knew the path she was going to take in life and started her undergrad studies as a music major.

Lezlie studied piano from kindergarten through high school, but didn’t take up guitar until her college years. If you’ve seen Lezlie play, you may have noticed that something looks…. off about her guitar playing. That’s because she plays upside-down, backwards, and open-tuned – a story she will have to tell you in person.

As Lezlie grew as a musician she got involved with the Kansas City Songwriters Circle, where she honed her songwriting skills. The Songwriters Circle and the connections Lezlie made there have presented many performance opportunities over the years.

You may have caught some of Lezlie’s performances at the Kansas City Renaissance Festivals in groups Black Blooded Bohemians and Maidens Whymsie, as well as her solo act. She has also played at various parties and benefits. Currently, in addition to her solo career, she sings with Kansas City folk artist David Hakan in a duo they call Street Corner Choir. Lezlie has released eight albums: two with Black Blooded Bohemians, one with Maidens Whymsie, one with Blackbird (a women’s trio), one with Street Corner Choir, and three solo.

In her spare time, Lezlie keeps active with volunteer work, and she is part of the Congregation Beth Torah synagogue choir. 2010 was her 2nd year singing in the Boogie to Broadway choir competition, which is a fundraiser for the Kansas City Jewish Family Services.

Not all of Lezlie’s words have music behind them, as she is also a novelist and playwright. In 2006 her play Death’s Dance Card was premiered during Potluck Productions’ Kansas City Women’s Playwriting Festival and in 2010 Pieces premiered during New York’s Estrogenius festival. In January she worked as a visiting artist with the Olathe Northwest High School repertory theatre class. But music is the basis of Lezlie’s being and currently she is in the studio working on her fourth solo project.

As a songwriter, playwright, and writer Lezlie shares her account of the human condition and the divinity to be found in us all. She is currently in the studio beginning work on an album rumored to showcase her Celtic roots.