All About Miss Vicki Lee
Born in South Georgia into a home of seven girls this young lady at an early age showed tremendous talent toward music. She is a self taught musician performing on several instruments.
At the age of 13, Vicki was performing on the local radio stations singing gospel music. From there she proceeded onto various talent shows throughout South Georgia.
At age 19 Country Music recording artist Gene Taft took an interest in her. She was scheduled for a recording date plus a television show. Gene Taft was seriously injured in an auto accident.
Vicki stopped as quick as she started. But destined for success, Vicki began performing at various shows fronting major artist, Lois Williams was the first. Performing with Loretta Lynn at the age of 21, things began to happen.
She went on to performing with some of the greats, Bellamy Brothers, George Jones and Tammy Wynette, Del Reeves and many more.
Vicki has appeared on several television shows including the Ralph Emory Show in 1984. She has performed at various rallies in the State of Georgia during Governer Jimmy Carters campaign for presidency. This lady has achieved moderate success in the country music circut.
On March 12, 2012 the House of Representatives read and adopted Resolution By: Representative Tommy Smith And Governor Nathan Deal in Atlanta Georgia. Recognizing Vicki Lee for her success in the entertainment business and commending her for her charitable work forthe state of Georgia.
In the mid 1990's Vicki put pen to paper, writing her first book We've Got Country Cookin' At Vicki's House Tonight. It started out as a cookbook but later turned into memories and stories of her life in Country Music. Then in 2010, Vicki's book was finished and her autobiography is in the making.
Always remember, from small acorns great trees are grown
I'm called, Miss "Vicki Lee" Alma"s Claim To Fame. I have many more songs to be sung and there are still many more pages to be written. Having recently faced some of the toughest times of my life, i'm still in the studio and out there pleasing my fans who are very special to me. Music is in my blood and I was born to sing.
Vicki Lee was born Patsy Willene Tuten in Alma, Ga. on May 6, 1950. The third of seven children born to Loyd and Thelma Tuten. Patsy was always told she had wiggle worms in her even before she was born.
With her parents blessing and encouragement, young Patsy soon found her voice and a place where it would be appreciated. During the first few years of her life, she sang in churches and Radio Shows. As she got a little older she started performing at a variety of local contests. Patsy's mama and daddy gave her a small organ and she would put it under her arm and go to Church. From there she started playing the piano where she soon found out that the faster she played the faster they danced in the spirit.
Inspired by their daughters abilities Patsy's parents and family spent many hours listening to her sing. Patsy taught herself to play many instruments. In no time Vicki Lee was making a name and place for herself in the world of Country Music. She was performing alone and with local bands.
It didn't take long for the State of Georgia to grab on to the rising star. Vicki was honored several times at the Georgia State Capital with Resolutions Commending her for her many works for the state of Georgia.
Vicki Lee has her own sound and it's always been said she could capture an audience and hold them in the palm of her hand.