Lorna Sutara Gee

LORNA SUTARA GEE 

Born and raised in Brixton South London, The multi-talented performer fondly known as Lorna Gee, began her foray into music during the late 1970s.

 

She was a pioneering female presence on male-dominated sound systems such as Saxon, Coxsone and Nasty Rockers.

 

Lorna has released a number of hit singles since the 1980’s on the Mad Professor’s Ariwa label including:‘Three weeks gone – Mi Giro’ ‘Stop Chat’‘Singalong’ and Don’t go crazy’ However, it was the 1985 heartfelt ‘Gotta Find a Way’ that placed her at the top of the Reggae charts for six weeks, for which she received recognition with two BBC Radio London Reggae Awards for Best Female artist in 1985 and 1986.

In the early 90’s, Lorna resided in the US, where she made hits like Lef Him, Nice and Oh No Not My Baby, recorded on the Gold Disc label. She then went on to win the 1992 New York, Tamika Reggae Award for best female Deejay, with Shabba Ranks winning best male. With her unparalleled dynamic stage presence, Lorna continues to please audiences worldwide.

Lorna is also the founder member of Reggae Fraternity UK (RFUK) which is a community organisation run by a group of artists, to help Promote & Facilite Reggae
artists & musicians in the UK.