Kellee Patterson  

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Kellee Patterson is an American singer born just outside Chicago.

Kellee Patterson's rise into the public eye came in 1971 when she was the first black woman to become Miss Indiana when she entered the Miss America pageant with merits for her singing talents. Her singing started professionally when she was 16.

She has recorded for Fleet Records, Shadybrook Records, EMI Records, Hubbub Records and Black Jazz Records.

She is best-known for her recording of "Turn on the Lights" (1977).



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