Influenced by the eclectic music of the Western world, Kaycee Lee James blends various types of rock, blues, folk, “world” music, and occasionally even jazz into her own unique style. She grew up listening to every type of music including country and blues with her mom and grandmother. “I like so many different styles and artists. In my personal music collection you can find Josh Groban, Chopin, Eva Cassidy, and Little Willie John alongside many others such as Alice in Chains  and Jimi Hendrix. Music is about emotion and the expression of what we feel, contemplate, and desire. Life without music would seem rather dim.”

Kaycee grew up in the Big Bear ski resort area on the outskirts of Los Angeles, California with four cats, a rat, and a hermit crab (all named ‘Fluffy’). She began writing poetry, philosophy, and humorous (yet twisted) short stories at an early age as an outlet for a tormented soul. Her various family members struggled with addiction and abuse. She remembers moving at least a dozen times before the age of thirteen, even finding herself without a place to sleep more than once. At about thirteen...

Just Stay Silent

Feel The Music

The Best Is Yet To Come

About the recordings…

These are just rough scratch tracks that were thrown together at the last moment. Full professional music production and several album releases are planned, but funding must be raised. With dozens of original songs in hand, Kaycee is anxious to begin production!