Shelia Moser, born and raised in the city of Baltimore, MD is the musical product of many influences: gospel, jazz, and soul, to name a few. She started in church, singing with her siblings in the children's choir. At a young age it was clear that music was her gift, having written and composed songs before the age of ten years old. She grew up listening to Yolanda Adams, Kim Burrell, Whitney Houston, and Ella Fitzgerald, to name a few. In high school she attended Baltimore City College High School, and there she cultivated her gift in singing and playing the trumpet. She also realized her love for making beats and instrumentals. Shelia sang in the world-renowned Baltimore City College Choir under the direction of Ms. Linda Hall. In the choir, she found her voice, and was inspired to further her career in college at Temple University, where she is now a senior studying vocal jazz performance. Shelia sings for various groups in the tri-state area, including Therron Fowler & Soul Theory, Dyron Booker & Divine Destiny, Angela White & One Sound, and soul singers Ene Live and Yemi. She also performs solo sets around the city of Philadelphia. Shelia (popularly known as Lee Mo), now 21 years old, is young, but mature in sound. She knows what she wants and she commands freedom and excellence from her band and singers. She uses her God-given gift to heal and minister to those whose ears come in contact with her music.