Quinn Lemley

QUINN LEMLEY

Band, Musician - NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA

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CREDITS: Oprah, Geraldo, Good Morning America, BB Kings, Half Note, major PAC's
BIOGRAPHY & DESCRIPTION
QUINN LEMLEY is an actress, as well as vocalist, her New York stage credits include starring in The Heat Is On! A life in concert celebrating Rita Hayworth, which has toured Performing Arts Centers nationally; off-Broadway Israel Horovitz’ Barking Sharks; Sirens Of The Silver Screen; originated the role of Colette in Born To Rhumba! Duo Theatre off Broadway; LaMar in “Wanda and The King of Hair at the Abington Theatre. Broadway workshops of Rita! Hollywood Goddess and a Turkish tour of David Ives’ Universal Language. She has appeared on television on “Good Morning America”, “Oprah, “Geraldo”, etc. She was recently seen as Quinn will be seen with Bette Midler and Nora Jones in the upcoming film, “The Greatest Ears in Town – The Arif Mardin Story” by Hudson River Films.

Quinn performs regularly in NYC at BB Kings Blues Club with her shows and at The Half Note in Athens Greece. She has toured Mainland Greece, Switzerland and Mainland China. with her jazz show Sexy, Smokin’ Standards.

Select past concerts include: Ruth Eckert Hall, The Kravis Center, The Broward Center; Van Wezel and FCCA in Jacksonville, FL; The Joslyn Theatre, The Annenberg, Tilles Center, Thousand Oaks Civic Center and Dougherty Valley Performing Arts Center, CA; Algonquin, Town Hall, Symphony Space, NYC; Peddie School CAPPS; Ocean County College in NJ; The Ridgefield Playhouse in CT, and Old Ellsinore Theatre in Salem, OR, The Haugh Center in CA, Lehman Center, NYC; Sunrise Theatre, CA.

Quinn has recorded 5 CD’s for HepCat Records, including: Sirens, Songs of the Silver Screen, Cocktails With a Twist, Dance or Die, The Heat Is On! and Live! At The Half Note. All available on iTunes and CD Baby.

Quinn is proud to be sponsored by MAC Cosmetics and Freed of London.


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