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- Musician Type: Adult Contemporary
- Tribute Type: Country and Pop
- Show/Info: Loralee performs a Divas Style show singing live songs of female celebrity musicians. Shows are 25-40 minutes
- Achievements: Loralee currently performs in soft seat theaters around Ontario singing in 50s and 60s shows, and as the Queens of Country as Patsy Cline and Dolly Parton.
- Performs: Sings live with backtracks Dolly Parton Patsy Cline Lady Gaga Cher songs
Loralee performs a Divas Style show singing live songs of female celebrity musicians. Shows are 25-40 minutes and great for after dinner and/or event entertainment.
Dance Set: Poker Face, Just Dance, Believe, Dancing Queen, I Will Survive, Proud Mary, Respect, Man I Feel Like a Woman, Superstition, Hit Me With Your Best Shot, Car Wash. Shows feature live singing with recorded backtrack music played through a DJ sound system.
More songs: Lady Gaga: Bad Romance, Poker Face, Million Reasons, Just Dance , What’s Going On, The Edge of Glory, Born this Way. Cher: Turn back time, I got you babe, Gypsy’s tramps and thieves, Believe. Other: Proud Mary, Dancing Queen, I Will Survive, Chain of Fools, Respect, Natural Woman.
She also play bass in the Carpenters show, and the Folk show as Mary (Peter, Paul and Mary) as well as Joni Mitchell. She also performs in Divas show which features Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston and Celine Dion. She writes songs…the lyrics and produces in her home studio.
Inspired by early R&B legends of the ’60s and ’70s she cultivated her silky-smooth vocals in a gospel choir in her hometown of Hamilton, where she still performs on occasion.
Loralee sang with Opera Hamilton and eventually became the representative for Opera Hamilton performing for greats such as Lincoln Alexander. Loralee has over 200 recordings of original songs and is released her newest original album. Loralee was also a finalist in the New York Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and was the honored guest performer in Buffalo for the annual Opera Buffs Banquet.