Audra Lee

Audra’s musical path began when her grandmother Estelle Karp taught her how to sing at 3 years old. Audra mainly focused on musical theater and opera throughout grade school, then expanded to pop/rock music in college.

She had the privilege of studying vocal performance with Robert Ray (Atlanta) and John Hall (Los Angeles) throughout the 1990s. You may remember Audra from the daily educational segment called Kid’s Beat that aired twice daily on TBS from 1983-1987. Before graduating from high school in Atlanta, Audra was named MVP (most valuable player) in one of the first Grammy High School Jazz Bands. As a Freshman at UCLA, Audra was selected as a solo vocal competitor in the school’s prestigious Spring Sing competition. At the University of Southern California, Audra was a co-founder of the SoCal VoCals, and can be heard as a soloist on the a-cappella group's debut CD that was released in 1997 ("Total Eclipse of the Heart"). More than a decade later, Audra dove into songwriting, and her debut EP in 2012 called "I'm All In" showcases her melodic and heartfelt writing style on four songs. In the 2010's, Audra performed for many years at The Home Entertainment Show in Irvine, where more than 10,000 music-loving fans gathered for this annual convention focused on high-end audio and live performances. Audra was also invited to perform with the legendary Mike Garson.

In October 2022, Audra released her second album "Hopeless Romantic", produced by Billy Mitchell, and features originals, "Magnolia Girl", "Come Back to Me" and "Paris" and is available now on all streaming platforms.

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