Georgia Lee (died 23 April 2010) was a jazz and blues singer from Cairns, Queensland, Australia. Born as Dulcie Rama Pitt, her father was of Jamaican descent and her mother was Indian, Australian Aboriginal, Islander and Scottish. With her sisters Sophie and Heather Pitt, she formed the Harmony Sisters and performed as part of the U.S. Service Office Show, touring Queensland to entertain US troops during World War II. After the war she took the name Georgia Lee and moved south to work in the cities and later in the United Kingdom. She performed and recorded with many artists and bands including Graeme Bell, Geraldo, Bruce Clarke, Port Jackson Jazz Band, George Trevare and the Max Williams Quintet. and toured with Nat King Cole. She performed on TV on Graham Kennedy’s In Melbourne Tonight and Bandstand Lee is credited with being the first Indigenous Australian artist to record blues songs. In 1962, she released what’s believed to be the first full-length studio album to be recorded by an Indigenous artist, ‘Georgia Lee Sings the Blues Down Under’ produced and recorded by Marcus Herman for Crest Records.