Monday, December 8, 1958
Blues pianist and singer, Julia Lee died in Kansas City, MO aged 56.
Wednesday, January 21, 1948
Bull Moose Jackson went on No. 1 with "I Love You Yes I Do" on US R&B chart for three weeks overturning Julia Lee and Her Boy Friends with "(Opportunity Knocks But Once) Snatch and Grab It".
Saturday, March 20, 1948

Julia Lee went on No. 1 with "King Size Papa" on US R&B chart for nine weeks replacing Bull Moose Jackson with "I Love You Yes I Do".

Saturday, May 22, 1948
Lonnie Johnson went on No. 1 with "Tomorrow Night" on US R&B chart for seven weeks subverting Julia Lee and Her Boy Friends with "King Size Papa".
Saturday, November 22, 1947
Julia Lee went on No. 1 with "Opportunity Knocks But Once" on US R&B chart for 12 weeks replacing Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five with "Boogie Woogie Blue Plate".
Friday, October 31, 1902
Blues vocalist and pianist, Julia Lee was born in Kansas City, MO.