A favorite entertainer who recorded often for Capitol during 1944-1950, Julia Lee’s double-entendre music and rocking piano produced her a significant attraction in Kansas Town. She performed piano and sang in her sibling George E. Lee’s Orchestra during 1920-1934, documenting with him in 1927 and 1929 (including “EASILY Could Be together with you 1 HOUR Tonight”) and reducing two game titles of her very own in 1929 (“He’s High, He’s Dark and He’s Handsome” and “Won’t You Arrive Over to MY HOME”). Lee proved helpful regularly as an individual in Kansas Town after her brother’s music group split up. In 1944, she began documenting for Capitol and among her sidemen on some periods had been Jay McShann, Vic Dickenson, Benny Carter, Crimson Norvo, and Crimson Nichols, alongside many regional players. After 1952, Julia Lee just recorded four additional music, but she was energetic until her loss of life in 1958.