Christie Lenée to Perform at George School

Christie will perform for George School students, faculty, and staff during assembly on Monday, September 25, 2017 in Walton Auditorium. (Photo courtesy of Christine Lenée)

Christie Lenée has been performing since the age of four. A naturally born entertainer, she first hit the stage in Tampa, Florida with a song and dance ensemble called Entertainment Revue. She was the youngest member of the group and a true ham, making her debut singing Take Me Out to the Ballgame for a Cincinnati Reds banquet and the National Anthem at the MacDill Air Force Base.

As a teen, Christie was performing classical guitar at weddings and private parties and making a living off of her performances. She dreamed of having a vocal career as well, but was encouraged to stick with instruments as many people questioned her vocal ability. Christie felt strongly about expanding her voice and writing lyrical music. She attended the University of South Florida with a double major in Jazz Guitar Performance and Classical Music Composition.

Today, Christie works with CPR Entertainment in Nashville where she just completed her album Stay, a collection of hopeful, inspiring songs featuring special guest Tim Reynolds (guitarist from Dave Matthews Band).

Christie will perform for George School students, faculty, and staff during assembly on Monday, September 25, 2017 in Walton Auditorium.

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