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Friday, June 29, 2012

A 'Character' You Should Know: Randa Lee Hosts New IE Blues Jam Starting July 1

Are You A Character? Play The Blues? Then My Friends, This Jam Is For You!
<<<<This Sunday, July 1 - 2 pm to 8 p.m. & Every Sunday Thereafter >>>>

(Pomona, CA) - The Inland Empire Blues Scene is holding its own with some great new venues having recently opened (Marquee 15) and other rooms such as Happy's in Chino Hills and the Arcadia Blues Club presenting weekly Blues shows.

SoCal Blues fans can add Characters in Pomona to the aforementioned list, with the Mistress of the Blues, the irrepressible Randa Lee, now hosting a weekly Characters Sunday Blues Jam beginning this Sunday, July 1 and happening every week thereafter, from 2-8 p.m. Characters is located at 276 E. First St., Pomona. Info: (909) 622-9070 or This week, Lee - a singer/bassist in her own right - welcomes Featured Artist, Jeff Brent.

Randa Lee will also be performing at the first-ever Orange County Blues Society concert taking place Thursday, August 16 at The Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton.

Randa Lee - Brief Background

Randa Lee is a successful businessperson, onetime teacher, cancer survivor, and former front lady of "The Randa Lee Express," a traditional country/new country/country blues touring band based in the Inland Empire that enjoyed a nice career run and charted with their album, "Back Road To Texas." In the past Lee has toured Canada and Europe; as well as the Balkans as part of a USO/DOD tour, where she played for the United Nations Troops representing 51 countries.

Currently Lee and her husband, musician Jeff Brent, are mixing and mastering their upcoming album release of original Blues, tentatively titled, "Treat Me Nice."

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