Author Archive for: Lexee Harris
Lexee Crystal Harris aka Lexee was born January 12, 1995. This resident of Eagan, Minnesota has been singing since the age of four. At 18 Lexee is an accomplished singer, songwriter, model, actress and author/illustrator of a comic book series titled “Samarakan.”
Lexee continues to publish her comic books through Crystal Publishing - she has published three. In 2011 she launched the first in a series of comic books titled, “Samarakan,” a tale of forbidden love. Her comic books are now available at Amazon.com, iTunes.com and at her website www.LexeeCrystal.com. She spent 2013 promoting the comic books on her ‘Samarakan Book Tour.’
As an indie singer - as Lexee Crystal - this extraordinary young lady recently concluded production on her fifth original song “Breathless” which was featured on the soundtrack of the ION original movie “A Star for Christmas.” Another original produced by the same producer Brandon Jarrett (Moho Productions) titled “Gypsy Caravan,” it was written by Jarrett, Neenah Taylor and Lexee. “Gypsy Caravan” can be heard here and can be found, along with her other songs, at iTunes and CDBaby.
Lexee Crystal’s singing talents are in high-demand, she has performed at the MN Spokesman-Recorders Graduation Celebration; on the popular “The Lemmy O Show” with host Al B. Ware, on the “The Art Cunningham Show,” and as host of the 2010-2013 “Minnesota Teens’ Motivational Tour.”
This honor roll student gives back to the community and has performed in Polar Bears International’s fundraiser to help save Polar bears and the Target Center LiftKids Organization Benefit Concert, and has hosted the Minnesota Teens Motivational Tour.
As an actress Lexee is featured in a North Dakota State College Science commercial and in a mini-movie titled, Who wants to be a Millionaire? Check out more on Lexee’s site.
For more information, please visit lexeecrystal.com.
Entries by Lexee Harris
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