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Reviewer’s Notes -- Rick Huff:
“Big band and Cowgirl Jazz singer LeeLee Robert’s musical influences benefit this all-Western CD (with one straight swing departure). Robert is obviously in her comfort zone when her material allows her smoky voice to savor a bit of jazz or blues. She may be still feeling her way a little in her delivery of saga songs, but hers is an interesting spin on any subject at hand. A paean to “Wyoming Jewel Of The West,” falling “In Love With Montana” and developing “The Scat Yodel” from a visit with Janet McBride at the WMA Convention are highpoints. Picks include her cover of Dave Stamey’s “Buckaroo Man,” “Back To The Ranch” (sultry enough to be a jingle for the establishment in Nevada), “Paniolo” and a song worked up with Les Buffham “Blue Canyon.” Marvin O’Dell produced and the Red Hot Rhythm Rustlers provide strong musical support. Nice one! Twelve tracks.”
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LeeLee Robert grew up in Phoenix, AZ, home of the Sonoran desert of the Southwest. Three-part harmony with her brother and twin sister was her favorite child’s play. LeeLee picked up the guitar at 12, wrote her first song at 14, and started her professional singing career at the age of 16, performing in coffee houses and folk clubs.
LeeLee grew up riding horses on weekends with friends, attending rodeos and enjoying singing for special occasion "hayrides." She eventually graduated from Arizona State University with a B.A. with an emphasis in performing arts.
LeeLee uses songwriting and storytelling to inspire people to connect in a deeper way to themselves and their world. Her newest CD, "Western Stars" has been released as of September 2012 on the MUSIKODE Records label. In August 2013, it became #9 on the top 30 Cowboy/Western CD charts by Radio DJ’s internationally who reported their playlists to Western Way Magazine.
LeeLee performs regularly at concerts, corporate events, private events and churches. She is well-known for the variety of genres which she has mastered, including repertoires from the 1920’s, 30’s, 40’s, jazz standards, blues, folk and country and her own original music that is influenced by all of these genres and that she calls her "Cowgirl Jazz."