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Abby Lee

Abby Lee is a jazz and cabaret singer based in Philadelphia, PA. Until recently, she performed under her married name, Abby Lee Mosconi. She has a powerful voice and impeccable technique that has attracted attention at recent gigs such as the Cabaret Festival at Cornelia Street Underground and the annual “Comfort and Joy” Christmas Concert at the Church of St. Luke and the Epiphany, both in Philadelphia, and the Cornelia Street Café in New York City. Growing up in a musical household, Lee was influenced by the jazz standards and musical theatre showtunes her mother played on piano at their home in Vermont


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Abby Lee: Born to Sing

Read "Abby Lee: Born to Sing" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

The early development of jazz singers tells us a lot about them. Often, they struggle until they are finally recognized. Jimmy Scott was unknown for many years. Billie Holiday took whatever jobs she could get until she made her first recordings. Ella Fitzgerald's childhood was uprooted and traumatic, and music helped her find her way to ...


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