Something tells me that Janet Lee would have fit right in during the bygone era of big brass bands, high-energy cabaret numbers and the hazy glamour of Old Shanghai.
While the Ipoh-born songstress is very much enjoying her success in present day, she hints that her love of vintage music began when she was just a child, listening in with glee to the classics on her parents' cassette tapes.
Her prolific background as a theatre performer saw her making an appearance in productions by the Actors Studio Theatre at klpac, Dama Asia Productions and PAN Productions to name a few.
Performing alongside renowned pianist and long-time colleague Tay Cher Siang, Janet performed for a diverse set of audiences, from an international crowd at the Kota Kinabalu Jazz Festival to more intimate themed gatherings where her flair for cabaret and other vintage genres truly shone.
This 15 June, Janet will be performing at the Melium & Malaysia Tatler 30th Anniversary Charity Auction dinner, crooning society’s elite for a worthy cause with her smooth vocals and enchanting on-stage persona.
This multi-talented musical starlet tells us where her journey has taken her, despite numerous the roadblocks along the way.