A Documusical by Becca Redden.
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Ottawa, ONOrigin Studio, With King Kimbit, Brad MordenSat Aug 6, 2016, 7PM$10
Montreal, ONLe Cagibi, With Kai Cheng Thom, Zinta Avens AuzinsSun Aug 7, 2016, 8PM$5-10
Saint John, NBTaco Pica, With Lydia Mainville, Sadie DonahueThurs Aug 11, 2016, 7PM$5/pwyc
Halifax, NSAlteregos Cafe, With Andre FentonThurs Aug 18, 2016, 7PM$5/pwyc
Hamilton, ONThis Ain't Hollywood, Piper Hayes EP ReleaseThurs Oct 13, 2016$20
Kitchener, ONThe Fireside, with ReddFri Oct 14, 2016$20
Waterloo, ONWLU Keiffer Chapel, with Ivan CoyoteTues Nov 1, 2016, 7pmFree
Waterloo, ONEarthstock Fundraiser, 145 Lincoln RdSat Nov 4, 2016, 2pm$10/20
Waterloo, ONThe Jazz Room, with Amai n YSun Dec 4, 2016$20 Tickets
Kitchener, ONSt John's Kitchen, 97 Victoria St NWed Jan 18, 2017, 12PMFree Show
Ottawa, ONOrigin StudioFri Jan 27, 2017, 8:30PM$7/pwyc
Montreal, QCLe CagibiSun Jan 29, 2017, 8PM$6/pwyc
Kansas City, MOFolk Alliance InternationalFeb 16, 17, 18, 2017Entry with Conference Pass
Hamilton, ONIntl Womens Day at Workers Arts Heritage CentreSat Mar 4, 2017, 2PMFree
St Catharines, ONMahtay Cafe, with Elsa JayneFri March 24, 2017, 8PM$10/pwyc
Stratford, ONMonteforte, with Elsa JayneSat March 25, 2017, 8PM$10
Toronto, ONFree Times Cafe, with Elsa JayneThurs April 6, 2017, 8PM$10 Tickets


Janice Jo Lee is a Korean-Canadian, folk-roots musician, poet, and theatre artist from Kitchener, Haldimand Treaty territory. Lee is a powerful vocalist who creates soundscapes and songs using her voice, guitar, trumpet and looping pedal. She is a hard femme queer radical known for being disarmingly hilarious, off-the-cuff and fearlessly honest on stage. Lee’s new album Sing Hey is a vocal and acoustic showcase with songs themed on feminism, poverty, and friendship. She has toured across Canada as a solo act and facilitated over one hundred workshops on storytelling, songwriting and activism.

In 2015 Lee was the City of Kitchener’s Artist in Residence, received the Oktoberfest Woman of the Year Award in Arts and Culture, and received an Ontario Women’s Directorate Leading Women, Building Communities Award. Currently she is is recording her third studio album and writing her one-woman spoken word musical comedy called Janice Lee and the White Supremacy Smackdown. A documusical about her journey titled The Legend of Sing Hey, directed by Becca Redden is set to release in Spring 2017