Deelilah Rusalen

Vocalist, Actress, Dancer, Lyricist, & Aspiring Bassist



Deelilah is a lady that enjoys wearing many hats. Working as an actress in Kingston Jamaica with (JBC) Jamaica broadcasting company; soap opera in (Flora Lee), under the direction of Charles Hyatt. Dancing with some of Jamaica's best Mico Blanco and the All-stars. The Taifa Dance Troop of Los Angeles California, The African Dance Ensemble of Atlanta Georgia (Director- King Farouk Brimah). Television performances include the Rosy Grier show, Cable television performances with Compendium Theater portraying Cora Etta Scott King in stage and cable performance called "Choices". Deelilah was in many stage performances throughout New York, Seattle, Atlanta Georgia, and Los Angeles at The Hollywood Palladium. Performing throughout the United States and the Caribbean, Deelilah decided to contact "Samson" by writing her first song (In Lime Hall) - St. Ann's Jamaica; entitled "Deelilah's love call". Deelilah's birth journey started in a place called Scooba Mississippi, Reared in both Marianna Arkansas and Pasadena California. At a very young age, Deelilah started singing with her sister as "The Harris Sisters" at KZOT (radio station) in Marianna Arkansas. Deelilah recently sang with The C4 reggae band as a guest solo artist in Key West Florida. Their performances included The Galleon, The conch Republic, June Fest, Mallory Square, Goombay Festival 2002 in Key West and other performances in the lower keys. Deelilah's single "Lovin You", a remake of Minnie Ripperton's popular hit is now being played on Conch FM 98.7 in the Florida Keys. This song is highlighted Sun through Monday from 4 PM to 7 PM by Jazz host Chuck Thomas. Other than Deelilah, this remake features Tony Nicholson as vocalist/producer, and musician Tony Natta. Deelilah's favorite past time is to continue to search for Samson, by hitting the bass line to "Deelilah's Love Call!"



"Keep all lovable hearts open and ready"



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