I’m LIVE in ATL Wednesday

Join me Wednesday night August 21st in Atlanta – as I will be the featured artist for TuKute’s Jokes & Jazz at the famous Cafe 290 in Sandy Springs! Also appearing will be comedian Damion Mr. Inappropriate – and you know how I love inappropriate comedy!

Showtime for TuKute Presents Jokes & Jazz is 7-11 pm. Also appearing will be Rita Graham, Emile Worthy, Mz Wallstreet, Gary Harris, John Sadler, Ike Harris and Jared Lanham.

The show is gonna be Turnt Up! Don’t miss it. Tickets are $15 in advance and available on Eventbrite. Click here to get your tickets NOW! Check out the blog here and the Facebook page for the event here. See you Wednesday!

PapaLee Returns To Jax

Starting Thursday September 1st, PapaLee will be back on the Calendar at Jax Bar & Grill in downtown Glendale. Mark your calendar, tell your friends and get ready for live soul music every Thursday night in September.

We were a regular fixture at Jax for over 2 years, and I’m very excited to be returning to the club after completing my debut album SOULvival and celebrating Lily’s 1st birthday.

Here’ s a photo from a couple year ago when it was on and poppin!

Showtime nightly is 7:30 pm, and we wrap it up by 11:30 pm.

For more information and to make reservations go to www.jaxbarandgrill.com

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A Night Of Soul Music 4The Ladies

I hope you are ready for An Evening of REAL Soul Music “4 The Ladies”. Recording artist and TV star Darius McCrary, music legend Jay King, recording artist and radio personality Anthony “AK” King, and me – PapaLee will be LIVE in concert at the Catalina Jazz Club. Come out Friday July 1st and enjoy a night of GREAT music, GREAT energy and SOUL!

Here’s the flyer.

Showtime is 8pm doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $20 and you really need to make reservations. For more information call 323.466.2210.

I am so excited to be on this show! “4 The Ladies” will have a GREAT round-robin format with an insane house band led by Darrell Crooks. Make your reservations. Come see the show.

Artists Go Deep On Creative Spirit Radio 


BURBANK, CA – Celebrities such as the hilarious comedian Luenell, actor Ernest Thomas and music executive and recording artist Jay King have been among the guests on the newly launched radio show called “Creative Spirit Radio” hosted by artist and entrepreneur William Hanford Lee Jr.. “Creative Spirit Radio” is being billed as a show where “faith meets function.”

Lee is a singer/songwriter from Sacramento who runs an entertainment management company and has had music in films such as “The Taking Of Pelham 123” and on TV shows such as “Burn Notice”. “On Creative Spirit Radio we talk about the spiritual side of creativity,” Lee says. “I think, that in a lot of ways, being our most creative self is about being our best self. This is one hour for talented and prolific people to talk about their spiritual journey and how it impacts the work that they do.”

So far the show has covered topics such as books that inspire, determination, and fear. Creative Spirit Radio can be heard live on Sundays from 4:00 pm -5:00 pm PST on www.BlogTalkRadio.com/creativespiritradio. The website is www.creativespiritradio.com.

Happy Holidays From PapaLee Music

What a year!

2010 gave me the incredible gift of fatherhood. My gorgeous 6-month-old daughter Lily blows my mind daily. I am constantly being captivated by her laugh and the sweet smiles of my lovely wife Maria. I hope you enjoy some of the photos in the slideshow below, and as always please feel free to repost (using the Share this button) and to leave comments!

2010 also brought the release of my debut album SOULvival – and the response has been AMAZING. I appreciate all of the support that I’ve received and I’ve learned so much in the process of stepping out as an artist. Look for a couple singles and music videos to drop in 2011.

My client and my wonderful friend (who I also manage) – Luenell has been tearing it up in 2010 as well. Her star is steadily rising and I am extremely proud of all the hard work she’s been putting in.

We ALL need one another to make it happen so please continue to support independent artists and entertainers. I have been exceedingly blessed to be able to do what I love for a living – however the NEXT level belongs to those of us who manage to combine our collective talents and resources to make a dramatic impact on the cultural landscape… THAT’s what it’s about for us in 2011.

Have a Merry Christmas and an exceedingly prosperous 2011.