CubaCaribe Festival 2018 

Jamie Zee, Asian American Songstress 

Singer/Songwriter in San Francisco

​​​Old Skool Cafe 

Born and raised in San Francisco, Jamie Zee is inspired by jazz singers Astrud Gilberto, Ella Fitzgerald, and Sarah Vaughan. Her passion lies in the arts and she has been performing professionally for over 7 years. She attends the California Jazz Conservatory in Berkeley and holds the position as the assistant director to the Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble coaching young singers. 

This original tune is a blend of R&B, soul, jazz, and pop: all the influences in Jamie's life. She is so happy to be sharing this with you.  The track is available for download now.

Jamie's Trio current regularly venue in the San Francisco jazz scene is Old Skool Cafe. Complete with fine dining and impressive entertainment; you will enjoy a unique experience that you won't soon forget.

Song Release "The Sailor"

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Jamie's first music video just came out- this song is about temporary love she found that swept her away like a wave. Love, like any other language- must be translated into something special. Hope you enjoy it!

Directed by Formless Vision
Produced by Kenny Okagaki 
Featured in a short film "7 by 7"

Download "The Sailor" here

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      Jamie Zee

​​On June 22 & 23, Jamie will perform at the CubaCaribe Festival which showcase an exciting mix of dance companies from around the Bay who represent the richness of the Afro-caribbean diaspora, at the Brava Theater in San Francisco. The theme this year, "Crossings," will explore such topics as migration, transitions, what leads us to move from one experience to another, or from one home to another, as we use the power of art to convey the significance of the journey.