A good singer who’s better at interpreting lyrics, provides soulful feeling to each tune, and improvises with subtlety, Lorez Alexandria was a favorite attraction for many years. She sang gospel music with her family members at churches beginning within the middle-’40s and proved helpful in Chicago nightclubs in the 1950s. Using the discharge of many albums for Ruler during 1957-1959, Alexandria became well-known beyond her hometown, and by the first ’60s she was living and employed in Los Angeles. As well as the Ruler label, her previously recording sessions had been for Argo and Impulse, while her afterwards albums had been for Breakthrough and Muse. Despite an extended period off information (just a few personal recordings through the 1965-1976 period), Alexandria survived through the countless adjustments in musical designs and could end up being heard in exceptional form until she retired within the middle-’90s. Shortly after retiring, Alexandria experienced a heart stroke, and her wellness dropped until her loss of life in-may 2001.