Introducing Kaisha Lee: Soulful Reggae Artist on the Rise
MONTREAL, QC (November 18, 2015)—Kaisha Lee, one of Canada’s soulful reggae artists has been hitting the stage ferociously in Canada, USA and France which includes a performance at Barack Obama’s inauguration.
Lee has been traveling and promoting I Heart Reggae most of this year, including at the Montreal International Reggae Festival, The Calgary International Reggae Festival, at the Rivoli and Harbourfront Festival in Toronto, in London, Ontario, Time Supper Club in Montreal and she performed live on Global TV and was named a top 10 reggae artist by CBC.
“Kaisha Lee’s talent is simply one for the ages,” says Howard ‘Stretch’ Carr, CKUT radio host. “It has been a joy watching her over the years as her sound has matured and perfected itself. She echoes the likes of jazz artists such as Diane Krall and Norah Jones. Combining the best of Nina Simone’s voice, Roberta Flack’s soft piano skills, and the best that reggae has to offer, Kaisha Lee continues to amaze and entertain. Her reggae-jazz sound is a fusion of music that touches the soul of all music lovers,” adds Carr.
Watch Kaisha’s latest videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/kayshaleemusic/featured
Get a preview of her soulful sound on SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/KaishaLee
You can see her live performance on Global News here: http://globalnews.ca/video/1797979/kaisha-lee-performs
Access her full bio, discography and more here: http://kaishalee.com/kaisha-lee-epk/
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About Kaisha Lee
From playing piano since age six to hearing her dad sing tunes from their native Jamaica, music was always in Kaisha’s life. It might have been destined then that, at 15, Kaisha (also known as Kaysha) began to nurture her voice through participation in gospel choirs. Eventually, she toured Canada, the U.S. and France with the Nathaniel Dett Chorale, received a Gemini award as part of the Sharon Riley and Faith Chorale and performed at Barack Obama’s inauguration. Kaisha also worked as a vocal and piano theory teacher. She credits these experiences with helping her to embark, in summer 2009, on a solo career.
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