Vickie Baker

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Vickie Baker grew up in a musical family, traveling and singing gospel with her father, the late Mr. L.B. Baker Sr. Vickieís mother, Mrs. Lessie Baker, insisted that she take private music lessons. She participated in the North Caddo High School Band as baritone section leader and drum majorette. She continued to pursue a career in music, receiving a scholarship in music to Mississippi Valley State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Music Education. She furthered her career at the University of Mississippi and received a Masters of Music Education degree. She is currently a Band and Choral Music director at Vicksburg Catholic School in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Vickie is a member of Tau Beta Sigma Honorary Band Sorority, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

In the late 80ís, Vickie organized and sang lead vocals for Champagne + II, and the Rhythm Warehouse. These groups opened for numerous blues artists such as: B.B. King, Al Green, Hal Melvin and the Blue Notes, and Bobby Blue Bland, just to name a few. In the early 90ís, Vickie began singing background vocals for Ernie Johnson and Willie Clayton.

Her first LP, Don't Gimmie No Lip, was distributed by Paula in 1997 and since then a new album pops up every 3 or 4 years. The most recent in 2007.


Album Discography

 "Don't Gimmie No Lip" (Paula 1997)

1. Don't Gimme No Lip
2. We Almost Had A Good Thang
3. Freak On The Side
4. She's A Lady Of Love
5. Nothing Takes The Place Of You
6. Price For Real Love
7. Why My Baby Left
8. Running Behind Time
9. You Shoulda Got It While The Gittin' Was Good
10. Don't Gimme No Lip (Radio Mix)
11. She's A Lady Of Love (Radio Mix)

"Good Loving" (So Fly 2000)

"Love Strike" (So Fly 2003)

Vickie Baker "I Could Show You" (FaLife Prod 2007) LISTEN

1. Intro
2. Right Thang Wrong Man
3. I Could Show You
4. Big Feet
5. Tussy Roll
6. He Say She Say
7. Get Me Weak
8. Till the Morning Light
9. Straight Talkin
10. Right Thang Wrong Man (Radio Version)

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