The Las Vegas, Reno and Lake Tahoe, Nevada entertainer owned, operated and produced shows at the Musicana Dinner Theater in Boca Raton, and now at her new Zella Lehr Dinner Theaters .
Zella Lehr has picked up plenty of awards and accolades during her career. She had hit records on RCA and Columbia, most notably "Two Doors Down", a song written by Dolly Parton. She had been on the Billboard Country charts for 18 weeks, and in 1980 was nominated by the Academy of Country Music and Cashbox Magazine for the "Most Promising Female Vocalist" award.
Zella has spent her life on stage, making her debut at the age of seven along with her Mom, Dad and two brothers performing as "The Lehr Family". She made guest appearances on the Merv Griffin Show and The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson before becoming a regular on the CBS television show "Hee Haw". A TV Guide article of her exploits led to her first Las Vegas showroom engagement, resulting in appearances in main showrooms with stars like Wayne Newton, Sammy Davis Jr., Glen Campbell, and the Statler Brothers. After relocating to Reno Nevada, she was named Northern Nevada's Entertainer of the Year for seven years in a row.
Now as president of ZMC Entertainment, Zella Lehr continues her tradition of bringing delighted audiences to their feet by providing South Florida venues the best in entertainment.
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