About Loree Frazier

Loree’s early life was spent in St Louis, the city which produced such jazz greats as Miles Davis, Clark Terry, Oliver Nelson and the infamous Josephine Baker. Loree moved to San Francisco where she became a top John Robert Powers model… a move which soon launched her singing career.

She began at the discovery club called the “Purple Onion”, which spawned the careers of the Smothers Brothers, Phyllis Diller, Jim Nabors, Frank Gorshin and many others. Her next step was a national tour of the Playboy Club circuit. At this time she was sought out by the USO for a tour of Vietnam to entertain thousand of home sick American servicemen. Since her tour included entry to the actual combat zone, she was special guest of General Westmoreland aboard the Kitty Hawk, where he presented her with a special commendation.

Back in the U.S, Loree’s career took another turn with engagements in Las Vegas at the Stardust with Don Cherry, The Frontier, with Vic Damone and Harolds Club in Reno with Jan Murray. These engagement brought Loree to the attention of Hollywood, where she appeared in many episodes of “Get  Smart” with Don Adams, “Police Woman” with Angie Dickinson and “Rockford Files” with James Garner. She also made many appearance on the “Tonight Show”,”Merv Griffin”etc. talk shows.

In between these engagements Loree found the time to perform in supper clubs around the country like the Washington Plaza, the Olympic Hotel in Seattle with comedian Pete Barbutti and the Kings Club in Dallas.

Currently, Loree has performed at a number of private functions, to glowing reviews:

"Loree has always provided us with the most excellent entertainment, which has been an important and welcome addition to our affairs. The guests have responded enthusiastically and joyously to her singing and personality with resounding applause and appreciation...We wholeheartedly recommend Loree Frazier as a superior entertainer, who will grace any occasion with quality and joy."

Sincerely Elizabeth & Justin Schwartz.

"Art and I would like to thank you again for adding your special magic to our birthday celebration...your rendition of 'AS TIME GOES BY'' brought the house down and we look forward to having you entertain for us again and again. Best Regards,

Myrna & Art Weiner."

"...thank you for your amazing performance for the City of Hope luncheon. Because of you the day was a great success...Thank you again. Sharon Hahn."

"Loree Frazier is a star in every way. She's beautiful and a talented diva...We saw her show in Century City and it could have been a Las Vegas extravaganza...If you have a chance to see her perform, you are in for a treat." 

Babs and Mel

"...your singing was absolutely fabulous. Everyone just loved it."

Shirley and Norman Davidson

"On February 20, 2010, we had the pleasure of attending a most wonderful Post-Valentine party and hearing a delightful, talented and most charismatic singer entertainer extraordinaire of popular and nostalgic melodies, Loree Frazier.

Loree's presence and talent was truly captivating and enjoyed by all. She enchanted the audience with her talent, charm, wit and dynamic personality.

It is no wonder that she had and continues a most winning career that has earned her a legion of fans.

It is with great pleasure we support her talent. We know she will have continued success."

Sincerely David R. Glickman

"...just had to write to tell you how much we enjoyed your performance. So many "SHOWTYME" members here at Leisure Village thanked me for bringing you in.

Your singing and acting captivated the crowd and we did have a great turnout."

PHIL KAMENS, V.P. producer of monthly shows. 


 Loree is a true professional, beautifully gowned and accompanied by sophisticated musical arrangements. Her personality puts audiences at ease immediately, while thrilling them with her artistry.