Old School QUEEN E~

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Old Skoo QueenE!   A Retired government office worker turned Singer-Songwriter out of Washington, DC.  Giving you that DC based GO-GO music sound~ She will remind you the great RnB Soul singers like Patti and Aretha!

She is a Poet and Songwriter that has written songs in the past for others. QueenE acquired her talent from her late R&B/Gospel Bass Singer Father who once sung with DC’s Doo Wop group called Glow Tones and her Gospel Singer Mother who sung and travelled around with a professional D.C. Gospel Choir called Jubilee Majestic directed by Kirdell Minor. And it is the very reason why she took her then 88 year old mother into the studio with her to cut the first track called “Victory Is Mine” to open and be the first song on the album in order of steps and to give God the glory and praise that adds the Gospel genre.

Make sure and listen to her on Spotify

https://open.spotify.com/artist/0Z7IsY700RKO32gbuMypJU

Queen E brings a positive messages of love and camaraderie to music with the added Go-Go flavoured beats from the East Coast side of town. She wants to shine the spotlight on the Washington D.C. area to show that there is talent here that has been brewing since the early days 1970’s when she was a teenager screaming for Stacey Lattisaw, Chuck Brown and Marvin Gaye, Blackbirds, Johnny Gill and Back Yard Band to name a few. Find out more on her Official Website   https://www.oldskoolqueene.com/

 

Follow her on Twitter  https://twitter.com/oldskoolqueene

Watch on YouTubube \ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmw26STbDWe56e4NHxaw26w

 

 

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