Bejae Fleming is an energetic and entertaining performer of traditional Southern blues and finely crafted original material. With passionate singing, innovative guitar work and engaging storytelling, she celebrates tribulation and triumph in songs that range from gentle to gritty, from heartfelt to humorous. "A first-rate songwriter . . . easily the best lyricist in the state . . . rich, dynamic . . . a totally engaging, must-see live performer . . . a fully realized folksinger at the peak of her power." '' Icon Gayla Drake Paul, writing for Acoustic Music Magazine, calls Bejae Fleming "one of the best songwriters I've ever heard." Since 1977, BeJae has sung her songs for audiences of all descriptions, in every imaginable venue, all over the country. From East Coast coffeehouses to Las Vegas convention centers, from the World's Fair to the Kerrville Folk Festival, from colleges, universities and community festivals to Nashville showcases, her compelling music and her wry wit have earned BeJae the respect of critics, fans, and fellow artists alike. The Muse News described BeJae's material as "fresh, intelligent and fun," while Karen Impola, host of KUNI's Live from Studio One", called BeJae's performance "definitely one of the best." Born in North Carolina, BeJae learned her craft as a songwriter and performer in Texas, playing the famous club scenes in Austin and Dallas. BeJae has performed at colleges, clubs, coffeehouses and concerts in more than 20 states, and shared the bill with such music legends as Jerry Jeff Walker, Townes Van Zandt, The Roches and Grammy winners Nancy Griffith and Beausoleil.