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Robert L. Cutts left a comment for Dr. De Sayles Grey
"Good Evening, Right now I am doing local bookings for my wife. We plan on doing a few shows in 2011 and will keep you in mind. Sorry I can not be much more help right now. Necie also has several formal Gala events for her Org. and I have your…"
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"Hi Robert, Thank you for your friendship. I have a sextet and I am looking for an agent for bookings. Can you help me? --Dr. Grey"
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"Just had a very nice concert for Tony Williams Quartet. In East Oak Lane, Philadelphia, PA. Sept 26, 2010. We might do it again next year. He appears on Monday night at La Rose, 5531 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia. I hold fund raising concerts for the…"
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"Hi, I have family in Newnan..... have a blessed day Robert"
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Where are you located?
Frederick, Maryland
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Manager, Booking Agent
Tell us a little about your background...
Necie earned her Masters at Juilliard and took her talent to Broadway. Necie was casted in "Ain't Misbehavin" (Charlotte), "Showboat" with Donald O'connor, "The Wiz" (Glenda Understudy), "Porgy and Bess" (Strawberry Women Clara) While Living abroad in Germany she appeared in the Germany adaptation of "Nunsense" (Sister Hubert), "Little Shop Of Horrors" (Ronnette) and a show especially written for her "Ebony and Ivory", the musical Necie performed all musicals in Europe in German.

Necie performed on many albums and television programs as a back up singer for artists such as Tina Turner, David Bowie, Luther Vandross, Roy ayers, Nancy Wilson, Natalie Cole, and Jennifer Rush. Necie was a featured singer on the popular television show"Top of the Pops" in London from 1988-1993 with Jennifer Rush.

While touring in South Africa, Necie was commissioned to sing at a command performance for the then President Nelson Mandela in 1996, with an estimate crowd of 100,000 in attendance. Necie has toured such places such as Germany, Italy, France, Spain, the Middle East, South Africa, Morocco and England. While growing up in Texas Necie was voted Miss Black Texas.
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What Instrument do you play?
Vocalist, Piano
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http://bobbydeeproductions.com
When Is Your CD Scheduled For Release?
June
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At 2:05pm on September 18, 2011, Tony D said…

 Sorry for the delayed response. Thanks for the add

   One Love

At 10:24pm on October 06, 2010, Tim McCathy gave Robert L. Cutts a gift
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At 10:20am on September 28, 2010, Dr. De Sayles Grey said…
Hi Bob,

Nice to hear from you. I'll be happy to talk when you are ready. I'm
interested in getting my band working again. Probably it's the bad economy and I know other musicians who are complaining.
Later,
--De Sayles
At 7:29pm on September 27, 2010, Dr. De Sayles Grey said…
Hi Robert,
Thank you for your friendship. I have a sextet and I am looking for an agent for bookings. Can you help me?
--Dr. Grey
At 6:52pm on September 27, 2010, T Michael Poxon said…
Just had a very nice concert for Tony Williams Quartet. In East Oak Lane, Philadelphia, PA. Sept 26, 2010. We might do it again next year. He appears on Monday night at La Rose, 5531 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia. I hold fund raising concerts for the Friends of the Oak Lane Library. Try as I can, the crowds are small, though intimate and with a mix and mingle reception we turn a profit. The most I can pay artists is $100
 
 
 

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