Dazee Love has been a member since 2008. “Ever since I could remember I have been singing and dancing. Imagine a family listening to the radio and hearing family members singing." I thought this was supposed to happen. I grew up in a family singing melodies and harmonies throughout the day."
Dazee's talent is what one would call an inherited gene. Dazee's mother was a singer at Motown records, and her Uncles, C.P Spencer of Motown recording group "The Originals" and Leon Ware, (Singer/ Songwriter for Motown, Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, and Minnie Ripperton), were already making their way into history singing and writing the songs that are still unforgettable.
Dazee has been an active member of the Detroit music scene and has performed for President William Clinton for the late Pavarotti's farewell dinner at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Women in Jazz Festival, PBS 70's Sou l Superstars as the Undisputed Truth, as well as singing background for Isaac Hayes, and Patti Labelle, PBS Motown the Early Years where she sang behind the 4 Tops , Gladys Horton, Featured Vocalist with the Toledo Jazz Orchestra, and the Detroit African American Museum "Mid Sommer Nights concert series" where she had the opportunity to perform with her uncle Leon Ware.
Currently Dazee is working as a lead vocalist in the Nightline Band, which performs throughout South eastern Michigan, Ohio, Chicago, Indiana and Ontario, Canada. She is also the Lead vocalist and Assistant Musical Director at Renaissance Church in Warren, Ml.
Ms. Love is the featured artist on the Darold Gholston's “Listen to Love” CD, 2014. Dazee's song "FaDing" and "Make It Rain" on the CD is currently being played in rotation in the United Kingdom.
Throughout her singing career, Ms. Love has captivated audiences all over the USA with her sultry and sensuous voice. Her performances have created a following in the USA.
Jaki G, Mary Wilson, Denise Stubbs and Dazee Love
with the late Leon Ware
With the late great Issac Hayes