Cherish Lee Biography

Cherish Lee photo courtesy of Cheryl J. Kagan Public Relations.

Cherish Lee, a native of California, is now happy to be home. She spent the last 8 months in Missouri with her band CHARLIE, where they built up a big following playing rock shows. Cherish is writing and recording a solo country-rock album at Flying Pig Productions in Orange County.

No stranger to the lime light, she has been raised in the entertainment business. Her mother, Charlene Tilton, played the role of Lucy Ewing on the hit TV series "Dallas" and her father became an over night but life long sensation with his hit song "Lookin' for Love" from the 80's film "Urban Cowboy". He has been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and has Gold and Platinum Records lining his hall ways.

Cherish started performing at the age of five when she performed with Michael Jackson on his "BAD" tour. She studied musical theater while going on the road with her father and performing with different bands in the LA area.

She also has film credits under her belt. "Wilde Salome" playing opposite Al Pacino, "American History X" playing opposite Edward Norton and Edward Furlong, "Grim Reaper" (lead), "Chicago Massacre: Richard Speck" based on a true story. Playing opposite Corin Nemec and Tony Todd, "States Evidence" with Alexa Vega, "The Salon" playing opposite Vivica A. Fox, Terrence Howard and Brooke Bruns.

Cherish Lee, a singer, songwriter, performer, animal lover, motorcycle enthusiast, tattooed "live life" woman is America's next Country-Rock Sweetheart.