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"While there is no shortage of able female jazz vocalists in Australia, there are very, very few able to write as convincingly and memorably as McAllistair.... an abundance of exceptional vocal and compositional talents" --John McBeath, The Australian Australian jazz vocalist and composer Lee McAllistair has enjoyed an international career over the past 15 years. She has performed at London’s famous 606 Jazz club, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, across Asia and at major jazz festivals, events and venues around Australia and recorded for the BBC (UK), ABC (Aust), Channels 10, 9 and 7. Lee studied with respected jazz vocalists Anita Wardell, Jo Lawry and Connaitre Miller at Adelaide University's Elder Conservatorium of Music, before going on to join the vocal jazz teaching staff at Adelaide University for two years


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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Duration: 6:07



Spellbound by Lee McAllistair

Featuring the music of Lee McAllistair
Duration: 4:22

'Spellbound' is the title track from new album by vocalist and composer Lee McAllistair. Recorded at Studios 301, Sydney. Piano: Mark Simeon Ferguson.

Article: Take Five With...

Take Five With Lee McAllistair

Read "Take Five With Lee McAllistair" reviewed by Lee McAllistair

Meet Lee McAllistair: Australian jazz vocalist and composer Lee McAllistair has had a busy 2011, releasing debut original album Spellbound, which received a 4.5 star review in The Australian newspaper, CD of the week on ABC Jazz and Eastside 89.7FM and came #12 in the Top 12 Australian Jazz Releases at Birdland Records.



Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011


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