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Vickie Daniel Artist Biography A native of Indianapolis, Indiana, Vickie Daniel, a nationally acclaimed performance/song artist, gives lecture-performances using music, jazz-poetry, books and film. Vickie Daniel is a renaissance woman with her gifts and talents to empower. As a song stylist, actress, writer, director, creativity coach, youth empowerment specialist and health and wellness advocate (a registered nurse), she is prepared to give service to the world with a fresh and unique style that is all her own.
Vickie Daniel’s preparation and performance experience are indicative of her professional aspirations as an international performer. Vickie has performed for Patti LaBelle, Terrance Blanchard, and Slide Hampton. Vickie has shared the stage with Shirley Ceasar, The Larry Leggett Big Band, The Carl Hines Trio, Vickie Winan, Albertina Walker, Gwendolyn Brooks, Nikki Giovanni, Brooke Shields, Julie Andrews, Lisa Ling, Victoria Rowell, Sonia Sanchez, Roy Ayers and Iyanla Vanzant.
Vickie performs and lectures in concert halls, theatres, museums, libraries, public and private schools, colleges and universities, café’s, business and professional luncheons, churches and social clubs.
Vickie is an Indiana Jazz Legend, the official Madam C. J. Walker Reenactress, the proud recipient of ‘A Breakthrough Woman’ Award from the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc. and the Achievement in Arts/Music/Theatre Award from the Center for Leadership Development. Vickie has appeared on the Tom Joyner Morning Show and is featured in the book Steppin’ Out with Attitude: Sister, Sell Your Dream, by Anita Bunkley. Vickie Daniel believes “We are more than we have become and life deserves more of what we can be.” She believes “Art Must Empower!”