Artist in Motion
Under the leadership of internationally known percussionist and recording artist John Akal,
this 21 piece powerhouse contemporary big band, continues on to the next step with new music from some of the best-known jazz composers from around the world.
John Akal's 20 piece Ultraphonic Jazz Orchestra for a night of contemporary big band jazz featuring dynamic vocalist Linda Theus-Lee. The VENUE is our new location where we perform every 1st and 3rd Tuesday. 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM - 1451 Cortez Street, Denver, CO 80221/ 303.428.3339
Daddy Bruce Food Basket Give Away's
34th and Bruce Randolph Street
Denver- CO 80205
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
La Cour Denver's Art Bar Presents:
1643 S. Broadway, Denver, CO
Linda Theus-Lee's HeartStrings - Jazz /Soulful Music/Trio
All performances are from
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Jan 23, 2020
- Mar 26, 2020
-May 28, 2020
- July 23, 2020
- Sept 24, 2020
- Dec 10, 2020
LaCour Past Date's
- Jan 17, 2019
- Mar 21, 2019
- May 16, 2019
- Jul 18, 2019
- Nov 21, 2019
Five Points Jazz Festival
Sat., May 18, 2019
Welton Street - Main Stage 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
The Newman Center (Past event)
Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble Presents Rhapsody in Black with Ms. Linda Theus-Lee on vocals and Dr. Michael Williams on Piano. September 28-30, 2018. Tickets available at the Newman Center Box Office:
newmantix.com or 303.871.7720
Linda live... Upcoming Dates and Events
Since arriving in Denver she’s had the opportunity to perform the National Anthem at the Pepsi Center for the Denver Nuggets, her one woman show “Rea’s Story at the Crossroads Theatre, the Shadow Theatre and various private and school events. She has worked with many wonderful local artists. Theus-Lee has also performed at various clubs, wedding receptions, fundraisers and numerous private events.
Theus-Lee was also part of the wonderful cast “Sistas and Storyteller’s” that landed them acclaim in Denver, as well as performing the piece in Maui Hawaii, which was created by Sheryl Renee and Coco Brown. She also portrayed Josephine Baker in "Live at The Rossonian" which was performed at the Crossroads Theatre and Jazz @ Jacks a piece also created by Sheryl Renee. Most recently Linda and her cast of musicians were the opening act for Kenny "BabyFace" Edmonds when he performed at the Grant Amphitheater in Clement Park in Littleton, Colorado 2011.
Theus-Lee's musical creativity lives in vocal Jazz, Blues, Musical Theatre and R&B. In addition she is also a very talented percussionist, and loves writing songs on her guitar. She loves family and friends and holds a Master of Social Science degree with emphasis in Education and Counseling from the University of Colorado Denver. Linda’s ongoing commitment is to empower students about how important they are, and about the importance of education in their lives!
Linda Theus-Lee's musical journey has been on a continuum since a very young age. A native of Los Angeles, California and born into a musical family her musical roots started early by studying dance and theatre, and by watching her older siblings create music with original ideas and creative expressions. Theus-Lee, first love was dancing, but then as time moved on she found herself with the love of singing. She says “I’ve always had an affinity to sing and create at a young age.” She feels that her passion and style is a gift from God that needs to be embraced, and celebrated.
In high school, Linda, and the choir director wrote an arrangement of the old spiritual “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen” for the school’s 102 acapella choir. The director, John Arnold, entered their arrangement into a state wide completion that earned the choir accolades and entrance into the finals that was held in Hawaii, thou they didn’t win the final completion, this opportunity gave Linda the motivation and inspiration she needed to follow her heart’s desire to sing…sing...sing.
Theus-Lee has always been a writer of poetry which lead her to write her own one woman show first called “Show Case a Singer’s Story” she then changed the name in 2003 to “Rea’s Story.” She has performed this work in Los Angeles, California at the Prestigious Canon Theatre, the Steinway Recital Hall, as well as performing the show in Seoul Korea for 14 days.
Before arriving in Denver, almost 22 years ago, Theus-Lee performed with many wonderful local artists who were part of the L.A scene. As destiny would have it, she performed with such greats as Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra, Chester Whitmore Black Ballet Jazz, the Platters and the group Destination which was a disco sensation. By working in these multifaceted situations she was able to tour, which led her to places such as Canada, Europe, Japan, Korea, Las Vegas and San Francisco.
Whether performing solo, duo with her band or standing in front of a 20 piece orchestra Linda brings charm, passion, skill and a great desire to delight your audience.
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One woman performance, Pro Backing Track,
percussion and vocals. Sound equipment included.
Linda Theus-Lee Band
3-5 piece rhythm section bringing you the best in R&B, Jazz and soul!
"Back to Back"
Linda Theus- Lee - Vocals, Percussion, guitar
& Harold Lee - Saxophone / Prof. Backing Tracks
John Akal's 20 piece Ultraphonic Jazz Orchestra
with vocalist Linda Theus-Lee
(Linda's One Woman Play)
LA Baker Live!
As close to Josephine Baker on stage performance as you'll ever get! Impersonation.
Youth and Adults Motivational Speaker
Linda's infectious spirit and ability to reach youth and adults make her a sought-after speaker and a blessing to many.
Educator & Motivator
Believe in Yourself at All Cost
Linda Theus-Lee, earned her Master of Social Sciences degree from the University of Colorado Denver, and is now a Doctorate student at the School of Education at CU Denver. She works as a Program Assistant and Event coordinator for CU Denver Business School. She is a versatile professional, a performing artist, motivational speaker, teacher of the importance of self, entrepreneur and the importance of education. To name a few of Linda’s volunteerism: developing and implementing a reading program at the Ford-Warren Library, mentoring girls throughout the community, speaking to student clubs, Air Reserve Personnel Reserve, creating her annual fundraiser: Toys, Coats, books and smart games for communityand single families.
CU Denver Business School Staff Member
Wins Thomas Jefferson Award
DENVER— Linda Theus-Lee, was honored as a recipient of the prestigious Thomas Jefferson award for her demonstration of a strong commitment to the advancement of higher education, a deeply seated sense of individual civic responsibility and a profound commitment to the welfare and rights of the individual.
Award winners are those who embody and advance the ideals of Jefferson, the third U.S. president and a Founding Father whose influence shaped American arts, sciences, education and public affairs. The Jefferson Award recognizes CU faculty, staff and students who demonstrate excellence in the performance of regular academic responsibilities while contributing outstanding service to the broader community.
The Thomas Jefferson Award was established at the University of Virginia in 1951 by the Robert Earll McConnell Foundation to honor teaching faculty who exemplified the humanistic ideals associated with Jefferson. By 1962, six other institutions – including CU – had established a Jefferson Award. In 1980, the university added a student category; in 1988, the staff category was approved. Funding for the awards is derived from earnings on an endowment provided by the McConnell Foundation and from a bequest by Harrison Blair, a CU alumnus.
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