Lester Freeman is the lead vocalist and manager of "D" Band.
Mr. Freeman is one of the original recorders of the hit song,
She's Some Kind of Wonderful, recorded in 1967 on the Atlantic
Label in New York City. He has toured Europe and many major
U.S. cities as well as making numerous nightclub appearances
on the Las Vegas Strip.
Most recently, Lester Freeman and "D" Band has appeared on
NBC's Daytime Show, at various local venues including
Bradenton's Ringling Museum, The "V" formerly known as The
Venue, and for both the Tampa Bay Lightning and Tampa Bay
Rays. Freeman has also performed the National Anthem for the
NBA's Orlando Magic.
AND "D" BAND
|"She's Some Kind of Wonderful"
An ensemble of professional musicians consisting of lead and
bass guitars, keyboard, drummer as well as lead vocalist. The
band specializes in rhythm and blues, "Motown" sound, as well
as the music of the 70's, 80's, 90's and current billboard hits.
Members of "D" Band include lead vocalist and percussionist
Lester Freeman; complete rhythm section including Sam Mack,
on keyboards and music director; Kelly Mack, Bassist; as well
as professional musicians on guitar and drums.